It's a free-for-all as Aaron Paul, Florida Georgia Line, and Tig Notaro compete in a tense game that puts an adult twist on musical chairs.
Jimmy Fallon, host, shows a clip from the obscure German TV show "BONK!," where the host, Fritz Vanderbonk, shows pictures of celebrities, then "bonks" them. Get the "BONK!" app at
A 10-year-old girl was pulled alive from the rubble in Pescara del Tronto on Wednesday 17 hours after the quake struck central Italy.
A tornado touched down in Howard County, Indiana, Wednesday and leveled a Starbucks coffee shop.
Naled, currently being used to combat mosquitos in Florida, has been banned in Europe and Puerto Rico, with officials there calling it dangerous. WBBH's Nestor Mato reports.
Drone footage released by the Italian Civil Defense shows the devastation after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy on Aug. 24, 2016, killing dozens.
Searchers scrambled to rescue people in central Italy where a 6.2-magnitude...View gallery
Bob Costas and host Seth Meyers talk about Ryan Lochte’s lie that he and three other swimmers were robbed in Rio. Costas marvels at the Lochte’s use of “over-exaggeration” instead of admitting that he made...
Host Seth Meyers looks at recent developments in the presidential campaign, including the resurfacing of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Dolly Parton chats with Jimmy about the sequel to her NBC special "Coat of Many Colors" and reveals the real-life "painted lady" she plays in the movie and styled herself after.