Jimmy Kimmel Politics
People Have No Idea Who Joe Biden Is
Joe Biden is in Los Angeles this week.
As a result, that city has closed down a number of streets and created quite a few traffic jams in the process.
Rob Ford Appears on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Gets Totally Mocked
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night.
And the host held little back when it came to Ford's history of crack smoking, drinking and acting in general like a character on Saturday Night Live.
Jimmy Kimmel to Pedestrians: Which is Better, Obamacare or Affordable Care Act?
Jimmy Kimmel took to the public for another classic segment in which he asked people for their views on Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act.
It turns out, at least based on this small sample size, that plenty of people in America absolutely hate Obamacare, but love the Affordable Care Act.
Honey Boo Boo Endorses Barack Obama for President
Honey Boo Boo cannot vote. It's unclear if she can even spell the word "vote."
But the seven-year old TLC star appeared alongside her mother on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and told the host she is endorsing President Barack Obama.
Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney: Battle of the Halloween Masks!
President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are vying to spend the next four years in the White House. Current polls show a very close race shaping up for November 6.
We ask your opinion all the time on who should win the 2012 presidential election. But today, thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, we're asking ... who would win a scare-off?!
Jimmy Kimmel at White House Correspondents Dinner: Mr. President, Salaam...
Mr. President, Salaam.
That's how Jimmy Kimmel kicked off his hilarious 25-minute speech at last night's White House Correspondents Dinner, an annual event that brings reporters together with celebrities and features a humor-based segment by both an emcee and the President himself.
Jimmy Kimmel to Host White House Correspondents' Association Dinner
The White House Correspondents' Association has a found a host for its 98th annual dinner next April 28, and it should be a good one: Jimmy Kimmel.
"I look forward to being a part of the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner," the host of ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live said. "I love dinner."