Because 140 characters aren't enough, the comics get creative with Twitter's new character limit.
Wernher Von Braun helps pioneer American rocket science despite his onetime Nazi affiliations.
Trevor Noah recalls the insanity of traveling during the Ebola crisis.
The animals of the forest confront a fairy tale princess about their lopsided friendships.
The contestants title movies featuring bizarre fan parodies of Disney princesses.
Speaking as conservative analysts, the contestants rebrand super villains as the patriots they are.
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
Past and present members of The Best F#@king News Team Ever join Jon for his final episode.
The comedians try to decipher what exactly they're looking at in zoomed-in images.
Senator Pat Roberts's Disney-song ringtone interrupts a Senate Finance Committee meeting.
Lady Gaga joins the cast of "American Horror Story," and a questionable new vibrator hits the web.
Fox News reporters examine a nonexistent issue, and a truck accident has an unsavory outcome.
An enclave of vaccine-rejecting liberals causes measles outbreaks at Disneyland and elsewhere.
An online preacher takes on a new non-issue in his e-sermon, and Disney teases "Frozen Fever."
Gilbert Gottfried reprises his role as Iago the parrot for a young man with autism.
A measles epidemic breaks out in California as more parents choose not to vaccinate their kids.
A measles outbreak at Disneyland reignites the debate about child vaccination in America.
Students protest the demolition of a giant snow penis, and a snowplow driver steals the spotlight.
Disney surely would have vetoed these awful storylines for "Star Wars: Episode VII."
Did a couple theme their wedding after "Star Wars" or "Saved by the Bell"?