Journalist Mark Leibovich examines how party affiliation has shifted in the 2016 election.
Trevor questions how Donald Trump's business accomplishments make him qualified for the presidency.
Daniel's Twitter followers explicate a YouTube artist's incomprehensible work.
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James dives deep into the origins of social media pettiness, starting with the Twitter war between rappers Drake and Meek Mill.
GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump tries to play off yet another a racially charged tweet.
Jim Gaffigan talks about how his real-life missteps translate into plots on "The Jim Gaffigan Show."
The comedians list amendments found in the Internet Bill of Rights.
Twitter users slam Justin Timberlake for his praise of Jesse Williams's speech at the BET Awards.
As Skip Bayless leaves ESPN, Daniel looks back on his history of egregiously wrong opinions.
Roy Wood Jr. breaks down Jesse Williams's BET Awards speech about racism and cultural appropriation.
Following the U.K.'s Brexit vote, the comedians hurl Scottish-inspired insults at Donald Trump.
This new dating app doubles down on the idea that opposites attract.
Daniel's fans write well wishes -- and not-so-well wishes -- in his yearbook via Twitter.
Robert Kirkman drops a major "The Walking Dead" spoiler.
The Supreme Court remains stalled, and Maria Bamford holds out hope for a hapless little girl.
The comedians find out why a shirtless Marco Rubio was featured on an Alabama billboard.
Donald Trump sits down for an awkward interview with his former nemesis, Fox News's Megyn Kelly.
The Best F#@king News Team recreates highlights from Donald Trump's interview with Megyn Kelly.
Trevor tries to get to the bottom of Donald Trump's reluctance about releasing his tax returns.
The panelists weigh in on critics' allegations that Facebook promotes an anti-conservative slant.