02:26 — Dr. Farid Fata was sentenced to 45 years in prison for defrauding patients and administering chemotherapy treatment to more than 500 people, some of w (more…)
05:07 — Most successful restaurateurs don't start off serving beer as young kids to make lunch money, but that's how this chef got his start. After seven year (more…)
03:53 — After years of playing local, small shows and washing dishes to make money, the 25-year-old Fort Worth native has become one of the most celebrated so (more…)
00:30 — Cellphone video shows a driver steering down the steep and winding roadway against traffic, for two miles. Now, police are investigating the incident, (more…)
04:18 — NASA will complete a discovery mission that began more than half a century ago Tuesday. Since 1962, U.S. robotic spacecrafts and landers have visited (more…)
04:41 — Financial troubles have become a sad yet prevalent problem for athletes of the nationâ€™s three biggest and most profitable leagues: the NBA, NFL and (more…)
06:14 — For the past 40 years, the dynamic duo have amazed audiences around the world with their unique style of illusion and comedy. This past week, the pair (more…)
06:36 — Viceland's Desus & Mero answers questions about eyebrow placement, ketchup juice and fighting the world's last horse-sized duck.
04:52 — Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, July 28.
04:07 — Jimmy pens thank you notes to wearing Apple AirPods, getting a text that says, "Bahahaha" and other things.
03:20 — David Spade shares the hilarious story of the time he thought he was going to losing his life on a shoddy helicopter ride to the Hamptons.
05:43 — David Spade chats with Jimmy about milking first-class privileges on JetBlue and a recent break-in at his mansion that resulted in an entire safe bein (more…)
03:09 — Penn & Teller stun Jimmy and the Tonight Show audience with a card trick that leaves everyone deflated and seeing double.
06:16 — Desus & Mero crack Jimmy up with their takes on Shark Week, O.J.'s parole and fermentation pots.
01:49 — To counter all the bad news being reported, The Tonight Show asked NBC news anchors across the U.S. to read happy stories we wish were true.
05:06 — Penn & Teller perform a magic trick inspired by Jimmy Fallon's Classroom Instruments series.
03:42 — Penn & Teller's visceral take on the a memorization act. They make it interesting by adding a nail gun to the act.
02:03 — Jessie must maneuver her way through lighted pillars, blindfolded.