President Obama discusses immigration reform and the limits of executive power.
Conservatives stop Barack Obama from force-feeding Uncle Sam.
Tags: on topic, exclusives, mashups, republicans, democrats, conservative, mitch mcconnell, debt, government, economy, citizenship, tv, twitter, rnc, george w. bush, karl rove, barack obama, uncle sam
President Obama goes it alone on immigration, and Eva Longoria sits down with Stephen.
Esteban Colberto gives his take on President Obama's plan to overhaul America's immigration policy.
Following a disappointing midterm loss, President Obama flexes his executive powers.
Tags: immigration, barack obama, google, internet, laws, congress, royalty, citizenship, kids, family, john boehner, government, bobby jindal, mitt romney, elections, midterm elections, republicans, constitution, obama administration
Stephen explains how to spot an American, and David Miliband discusses the Ebola crisis in Africa.
The Obama administration grants U.S. citizenship to non-American babies born to American surrogates.
Al Madrigal investigates the disconcerting rise in Texas's Latino population.
Tags: democalypse 2014, indecision, al madrigal, on location, danny trejo, man on the street, immigration, racism, citizenship, borders, latino/hispanic, poverty, discrimination, texas, america, stereotypes, cars/trucks, appearances, white people
Jason Jones offers Vice President Joe Biden advice on how to handle his latest gaffe.
Tags: jason jones, citizenship, elections, voting, joe biden, work/office, gaffes, turkey, saudi arabia, syria, bashar al-assad, terrorism, weapons, isis, corrections/retractions/apologies , canada, puking
Wyatt Cenac discusses his Netflix special and limited edition vinyl record "Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn."
Tags: interviews, wyatt cenac, samantha bee, jason jones, netflix, movies, african american, food, hipsters, new york city, canada, citizenship, america, history, phones, audience interaction, literary references, advertising
Ted Cruz drops his Canadian citizenship, and 1960s band Spirit sues Led Zeppelin for plagiarism.
Jason Jones discovers that political engagement in India is almost more than he can handle.
Univision's Jorge Ramos discusses immigration reform and civil rights.
Aasif Mandvi charts India's takeover of spelling bees, beauty pageants and the United States.
Tags: aasif mandvi, beauty pageants, ethnic, diversity, controversies, internet, twitter, racism, discrimination, india, spelling bees, competitions, dancing, doctors, immigration, citizenship, mexico, balls, new york
Republican candidates mull 2016 presidential runs.
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