"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel talks about preparing for cyber attacks on U.S. power grids.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel explains how America's power grids are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
Spider-Woman goes on maternity leave, and the "Karate Kid" villain takes a stand against bullying.
For these coworkers, Anonymous's latest expose hits close to home.
Achmed the Dead Terrorist sometimes gets mistaken for a celebrity when he's visiting L.A.
A stoned hacker compromises the personal email account of CIA Director John Brennan.
The comics guess what sorts of emails the director of the CIA receives in his personal account.
Aaron Sorkin talks about consulting with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak while writing "Steve Jobs."
The contestants list Martin Shkreli's seediest characteristics.
The comics learn about Vladimir Putin's undersea adventure and check out the TSA's Instagram.
A website devoted to helping people cheat on their spouses falls prey to cyber vigilantes.
Judd Apatow, 50 Cent and Rachel Feinstein share their theories on why people cheat on their spouses.
Donald Trump has difficulty understanding why offensive comments he made about Mexicans are racist.
The comics develop passwords using strings of emoji and describe what they mean.
Robin Thede, Mike Yard and Holly Walker offer wildly different takes on the Rachel Dolezal scandal.
The TSA fails to stop 95 percent of weapons and fake bombs in an undercover Homeland Security test.
Jordan Klepper looks at a parenting style that trusts kids to take care of themselves.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio explains how income gaps affect crime rates.
A report reveals how ineffective the TSA is, and Kazakhstan's capital city gets dank new greenery.