Due to the state budget's crisis, an Illinois couple is unable to cash their lottery winnings.
Jordan Klepper tries to spin Illinois's budget woes into a feel-good story.
Mayor Jim Ardis of Peoria, IL, takes police action after falling victim to a parody Twitter account.
Congressman Aaron Schock quits after his suspicious spending habits are scrutinized.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth discusses immigration reform, gay rights and Stephen's incurable humanity.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin goes to extreme lengths to avoid giving benefits to same-sex couples.
Lewis Black warns Texas Governor Rick Perry not to f**k with New York.
Stephen thinks he doesn't need his striking writers -- until he gets made fun of by Bill O'Reilly.
From endless skyways to golden valleys, Stephen takes a look at America's heartland.
Joe Biden's staff put a reporter in a storage closet, and the Libyan conflict is a turd sandwich.
A Chicago jury charges former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich with 17 felony convictions.
John Oliver describes the toilet-wine-filled prison world awaiting Rod Blagojevich.
Aaron Schock thinks fetuses have the right to bear arms and admits to having six-pack abs.
Natasha Leggero finds it hard to believe that the NYPD can distinguish between real and fake designer purses.
John Oliver searches for the 14 Democratic state senators hiding out in lawless Illinois.
New Jersey closes its budget deficit by replacing cops with satin-jacketed vigilante crime fighters.
If the government proves any corruption the second time around, Rod Blagojevich will clear his name.
Rod Blagojevich says he didn't testify at his own trial because the government didn't prove its case.
Rod Blagojevich says he didn't take the stand because the government didn't prove its case.
The Rod Blagojevich trial is more of an episodic series than a made-for-TV movie.