A teenager struggles with her conscience while deciding whether to poison a school bully.
The NBA retroactively punishes Draymond Green for hitting LeBron James in the balls.
The U.S. women's soccer team calls for an end to the massive gender pay gap in the sport.
Jerrod Carmichael talks about tackling difficult topics in his NBC series "The Carmichael Show."
Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. break down a few of the early matchups in Third Month Mania.
The panelists give their take on whether Starbucks's holiday cup design is an assault on Christmas.
The panelists examine the validity of the war on Christmas and ponder a dicey moral dilemma.
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
Jordan Klepper reveals a way around the questionable ethics of using apps like Spotify and Uber.
Fox News takes issue with President Obama's accurate description of their anti-poverty programming.
A cheating scandal in Atlanta schools bears a striking resemblance to the 2008 financial crisis.
The panelists examine the reasons behind people's reluctance to report violent crimes to the police.
The panelists weigh in on the appropriate punishment for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Tavis Smiley shares how Maya Angelou helped him rediscover his life's purpose when he was young.
Gene Baur makes the case for vegetarianism and veganism in "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."
Gene Baur discusses the benefits of eating mindfully in his book "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."
Former orca trainer and activist John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."
John Hargrove describes his time as a SeaWorld trainer and how it led him to oppose orca captivity.
"Heretic" author Ayaan Hirsi Ali shares her hopes for a more peaceful form of Islam.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali proposes ways to combat extremists by reforming Islam in her book "Heretic."