Plus: America can send data to the moon and back, but the Obamacare website is too far, tapping Angela Merkel's phone—and more.
Plus: "The jihad against JPMorgan," a fake White House Twitter account has been traced to Malia’s bedroom—and more.
Plus: Bro-surance is bro-broken, why John McCain has no right to complain—and more.
Plus: The new health-care website is like a video game, Obama has some technical difficulties—and more.
Plus: What Republicans will get out of the shutdown, a tribute to the FCC—and more.
Plus: Republicans find their 2016 presidential candidate in the House stenographer, President Obama starts every speech with a joke—and more.
Plus: Obama considers the deportation of Ted Cruz, the panda cam is back–and more.
Using Two Broke Girls to stop the Taliban, Republican’s offer to end the shutdown if Democrats agree to lose the 2008 election—and more.
The government shutdown turns two weeks old, preachers against the Republican Party—and more.
Plus: Democrats and Republicans agree to find new things to disagree about, CDC giving away ebola-infected monkeys—and more.
Plus: John Boehner moonlights for the postal service, President Obama wouldn't be very good on Deal or No Deal—and more.
Plus: How the shutdown is affecting the world's oldest profession, letting children and veterans fight it out for government benefits—and more.
Jimmy Fallon conducts his own precise polling, Obama considers claiming Kenyan citizenship after all — and more.
Plus: Canada secretly deploys Ted Cruz to shut down the government, more people are "out of twerk" — and more.
Congress makes the official time in D.C. “5 o’clock somewhere,” the shutdown forces Iran into negotiations with Dennis Rodman — and more.
Conan O'Brien considers hosting an all-nude show while the FCC is closed, Congress is a mean drunk — and more.
Plus: Get ready to convert the White House into a White Castle, Obama and his friends on SNL — and more.
Plus: '10 preexisting conditions to drive your man crazy', the postal service tries to un-invent the internet — and more.
Jimmy Fallon does his best 21-hour filibuster, Jon Stewart reads from Dr. Seuss’s the Bore-ax — and more.
Anthony Weiner is excited for a new iPhone feature, Hilary and Bill don’t see eye-to-eye on potential Presidential bid — and more.