Trevor tells Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff how to avoid corruption charges, American-style.
Trevor challenges Hillary Clinton to see how many times she can offend her own Democratic base.
Ricky Velez exploits the scientific ignorance of a North Carolina town in order to live like a god.
The panelists examine why so many Americans refuse to take the threat of global warming seriously.
The panelists debate whether Americans can be shaken from their apathy toward global warming.
Bill Clinton talks about diversifying job opportunities in order to boost the U.S.'s economy.
Bill Clinton discusses long-term economic growth and bringing overseas jobs back to the U.S.
Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's important position in the candidate selection process.
Mark Ruffalo describes his role as a bipolar father in the movie "Infinitely Polar Bear."
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz describes the energy revolution that is taking place in the U.S.
A young Alaskan man makes a misguided bid for public office.
The federal government launches a multi-pronged attack on Halloween traditions.
Neil Young talks about his love of cars, his opposition to fracking and his book "Special Deluxe."
Stephen joins Neil Young for a performance of "Who's Gonna Stand Up? (and Save the Earth)."
With global warming threatening several bird species, a new national bird may be needed.
Dan Esty explains how alternative energy policies can help the U.S. fight global warming.
President Obama rolls out a plan to cut carbon dioxide emissions from coal plants by 30%.
"A Window on Eternity" author Edward O. Wilson discusses his lifelong fascination with ants.
A federal study on the harmful effects of ethanol fuel deals a blow to the green energy movement.
Gina McCarthy discusses climate change mitigation policy in the United States.