Larry chats with a famous politician about ongoing labor issues at fast-food restaurants.
Mayor Bill de Blasio makes the case for progressivism and shares his goals for improving New York.
Activist Naquasia LeGrand talks "Fast Food Forward" and her efforts to double the minimum wage.
Mary Kay Henry reveals that the average fast-food employee is 28 years old, not a teenager.
The NFL referee dispute inspires John Oliver to sub in his replacement, Patrick Stewart.
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The NFL labor dispute deeply resonates with Americans.
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Stephen thinks he doesn't need his striking writers - until he gets made fun of by Bill O'Reilly.
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Leymah Gbowee discusses her work as a peace activist in Liberia.
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Leymah Gbowee talks about the complexity of reconciling the divided nation of Liberia.
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Leymah Gbowee explains how she and other Liberian women transformed their country.
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FIFA faces a corruption scandal, and freestyle canoe dancing replaces the cancelled NFL season.
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