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You never know who you'll meet on a chairlift. Happy Valentine's Day.
As part of the Let's Move! initiative, Jimmy visits the White House to compete in a fitness competition with Michelle Obama.
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Now is the time for the Muppets to respond to Goldman Sachs.
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CNN's Jim Bittermann explains the French election process and how France chooses their president
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Still on his road toward world domination, Jimmy Kimmel now asked his legion of followers to unplug the TV at a crucial moment during the Super Bowl. Just like in his previous videos, there were just as many tears but a whole lot more profanity.
As passionate curators, we couldn't resist to make fun of oursleves: the Meme was too strong. Curated by Ally Greer (@allygreer), Axelle Tessandier (@axelletess), Guillaume Decugis (@gdecugis)
A United Kingdom-based company called Superlative Luxury has created an eco-friendly t-shirt priced at $400,000.
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