Governor Chris Christie explains his plan to regulate immigration using fingerprint technology.
Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Chris Christie struggle to out-crazy Donald Trump.
The panelists talk about wealthy water hogs in California and President Obama's singing skills.
Rich Californians ignore calls to ration their water despite the state's devastating drought.
Wealthy Californian Terry Provost argues that water-rationing laws should only apply to poor people.
The Red Cross fails to deliver $500 million in funds set aside for earthquake victims in Haiti.
A "Good Morning America" reporter tests an earthquake simulator in honor of the film "San Andreas."
According to the media, the pollen count has hit catastrophic heights.
A young woman takes a tumble off of her roof.
The panelists discuss Bill Clinton's political prowess and the perils of legalizing gay marriage.
Oklahoma experiences fracking-induced earthquakes, and the NSA adopts a bizarre recycling mascot.
California and Florida suffer from climate change-induced record droughts and flooding respectively.
Jordan Klepper reports on the woes of Staten Island's Hurricane Sandy survivors.
Matt Braunger describes his plan for a unique division of the U.S. military.
Drawing inspiration from CNN's Don Lemon, Jordan Klepper devises a new reporting strategy.
Rep. Jared Huffman talks about his district's ancient trees and his affection for sharks.
Daniel uses his imagination to turn the Tosh.0 office into a disaster area.
Bill Clinton argues that government agencies can be successful when managed effectively.
Stephen weighs in on a sandwich debate, and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky stops by The Report.
Sebastian Junger reflects on the struggles that soldiers face when re-entering society.