Nikolaj Coster-Waldau examines the American presidential race from a Danish perspective.
Larry's 70s-era alter ego gives his freaky-deaky take on some of the most pressing issues of today.
North Korea's upcoming satellite launch raises global concerns about a potential nuclear standoff.
Rand Paul discusses his appeal among young voters and ponders the dickishness of Ted Cruz.
Presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio exploit a crisis in Iran to further their campaigns.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) sheds light on North Korea's Kim Jong-un.
The Pentagon lets the public believe that aliens are to blame for a strange wreckage in the desert.
The contestants give a tour of Chernobyl and its potentially mutated wildlife.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reemerges to slam President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
Mike Huckabee leaves Jon speechless by comparing the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal to the Holocaust.
In an interview about a nuclear deal with Iran, Sen. Charles Schumer finds other matters to discuss.
Mike Huckabee shares a bleak Instagram video about the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran.
Republicans call for a better nuclear deal with Iran without actually providing any specific terms.
President Obama explains that a functional and effective government takes time to achieve.
As his presidency nears its end, Barack Obama discusses the U.S.'s position in the Middle East.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reviews the fiscal benefits of her country leaving the U.K.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains the benefits of U.K. independence.
Tragedy strikes in the opening scene of the Dolfes' latest action thriller, "Monkey Largo."
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz describes the meetings to develop a nuclear deal with Iran.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz describes the energy revolution that is taking place in the U.S.