The media declares Carly Fiorina to be the winner of the second GOP presidential debate.
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The panelists wonder if Donald Trump's brash style represents the future of political discourse.
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Follow Mike Yard's tips to have the best school year ever.
Celery and the Marquis de Sainsbury prepare to induct Lillian into their upscale beach club.
Joe Mande combines his two favorite things: hip-hop performances and stand-up comedy.
The panelists examine why GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump continues to soar in the polls.
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Matt Caffarelli argues that Governor Chris Christie is the bully that America has been waiting for.
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The panelists bully a bunch of dorky parasites back to the primordial soup from whence they came.
Sen. Al Franken talks about being at odds with some of his colleagues on an LGBT anti-bullying bill.
Senator Al Franken talks about which of his bills have been difficult to pass in Congress.
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The Daily Show says goodbye to its most senior correspondent, Samantha Bee.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the type of superhero that he dreamed of being when he was a kid.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the ways in which mainstream society has started to embrace science.
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A cheating scandal in Atlanta schools bears a striking resemblance to the 2008 financial crisis.
Former orca trainer and activist John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."
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John Hargrove describes his time as a SeaWorld trainer and how it led him to oppose orca captivity.
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