The comics ease Alabama's debt, watch a never-ending escalator ride and deliver anti-headline news.
Five Republican presidential candidates vie for almost $1 billion of the Koch brothers' money.
Mike Yard and Holly Walker offer creative solutions to the scourge of big game hunters.
The Red Cross fails to deliver $500 million in funds set aside for earthquake victims in Haiti.
The comics pump up the audience, riff on Chipotle ads and create acronyms for politicians' names.
Lincoln Chafee and Rick Perry kick off their presidential runs with questionable campaigns.
The Senate fails to stop major metadata-gathering components of the Patriot Act from expiring.
Jeb Bush sidesteps his brother's legacy and avoids confirming that he's running for president.
A report reveals that Tom Brady likely knew about the Patriots' Deflategate scandal.
With so many GOP candidates running for president, Jon determines who will be the first to drop out.
Jack introduces his new production team to potential investors.
Zdorkin and Malloy try to figure out how the Dolfes, Harvey Scoles and Holgado's cartel are linked.
Larry Wilmore shares his cinematic weekend plans, and CNN has curious editorial priorities.
A rich pastor begs for a space shuttle, and the Senate confirms Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.
A millionaire pastor sets his sights on Mars, and high school teachers hook up with their students.
Rand Paul raises campaign funds with weird items, and a basketball fan faces a devastating loss.
The panelists talk about the social and political implications of Indiana's religious freedom law.
Jordan Klepper tries to capitalize on the Internet's conservative Christian donors.
Starbucks takes aim at racism, and Larry wonders if megachurches have gone too far.
Hasan Minhaj starts a crowdfunding campaign for those impacted by Rep. Aaron Schock's resignation.