Trevor reveals the reason Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has such lively touchdown dances.
Barack Obama pays a visit to an American mosque for the first time during his tenure as president.
Roy Wood Jr. envisions a more racially progressive adult film industry.
The panelists discuss voter discontent in the U.S. and the shortcomings of presidential debates.
Roy Wood Sr. looks to future after Martin Luther King Jr. is arrested during a protest in Alabama.
The Zika virus affects North America and South America in drastically different ways.
The comedians #AddSportsRuinAShow, #MakeAMovieWhiter, sum up their #BaeIn3Words and list #CatSongs.
The film "Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon" casts white actor Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson.
Activist DeRay Mckesson talks about the tenets of the Black Lives Matter movement.
DeRay Mckesson discusses how the Black Lives Matter movement addresses systemic racism.
The comedians comment on the Oscars' lack of diversity by whitewashing popular films.
Donald Trump mocks a turban-wearing protester, adding Sikhs to the list of people he's offended.
A gay Pennsylvania couple has a hard time tying the knot even after same-sex marriage is legalized.
The panelists weigh in on a claim that black awards shows are a form of self-imposed segregation.
Residents of an upstate New York village vote on whether to change their racist seal.
Larry presents Tavi Gevinson with the choice of getting rid of racism, sexism or ageism.
The comics take to Twitter to comment on the Oscars' lack of diversity.
Roy Wood Jr. suggests that African-American filmmakers need to pander to white Oscar voters.
PBS host Tavis Smiley discusses his book "The Covenant with Black America - Ten Years Later."
Trevor decodes President Obama's passive-aggressive comments from his last State of the Union.