Presidential hopeful Donald Trump refuses to apologize for mocking a disabled journalist.
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The media questions whether a shooting at Planned Parenthood is domestic terrorism.
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Trevor Noah outlines a strategy for how to avoid getting shot by the police.
Sam Jay explains how people can use stereotypes to their advantage.
Kristen Schaal finds a way to prevent teen girls from "distracting" males with their leggings.
Trevor breaks down the politicizing of the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Boxer Joe Lewis helps promote the Moulin Rouge, Vegas's first casino open to African Americans.
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A totally radical Muslim suggests a catchy new label for members of ISIS.
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Larry comes to an inescapable conclusion about GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
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Presidential hopeful Donald Trump gives an immigration history lesson during the latest GOP debate.
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University of Missouri leaders step down after growing complaints about unchecked racism on campus.
Houston native Grace Parra offers her toilet-centric take on a local anti-discrimination statute.
The panelists match wits to solve the ancient war between science and religion.
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Don't listen to the panelists' terrible advice on how to appear open-minded on social media.
Activist Gloria Steinem describes her eye-opening travel experiences in "My Life on the Road."
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Gloria Steinem, author of "My Life on the Road," gives her take on having a female president.
The Justice Department's release of 6,000 federal prisoners evokes a paranoid reaction from Larry.
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Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine shared frustrations felt by police and African Americans.
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