Thomas Edison takes credit for inventing movies.
Due to the state budget's crisis, an Illinois couple is unable to cash their lottery winnings.
A Best Buy employee may be the key to winning Nathan's lawsuit against the company.
Miles Fleischhacker puts the values he gained as a student at Trump University into practice.
A lawsuit alleges that Trump University defrauded students out of thousands of dollars.
Attorney Beechum Grady tries to put a genteel spin on Mississippi's law against same-sex adoption.
Hannibal imagines what else Planned Parenthood could sell and dissects Donald Sterling's lawsuit.
The comedians describe the horrible responsibilities of someone interning for the Olsen twins.
Donald Trump loses major business partners in the wake of his inflammatory comments about Mexicans.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia goes through a rough patch, so Jon offers him some sympathy.
An NAACP leader steps down amid accusations that she has been lying about her black heritage.
Associated Bank pays a massive settlement for allegedly discriminating against minorities.
An American Muslim woman wins a landmark religious discrimination case against Abercrombie & Fitch.
Lewis Black reports on a number of surprising ways that Nazis keep coming back to haunt us.
A proposed law threatens abortion rights, and Chicago doles out reparations for police torture.
The panelists examine whether Nick Loeb has a right to the embryos he created with Sofia Vergara.
The mysterious death of Freddie Gray draws attention to a history of police brutality in Baltimore.
Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee judge over-the-top news stories for the 2015 'Mercun Awards.
Samantha Bee reports on the shocking frequency of custody battles over children resulting from rape.
Singer Robin Thicke loses a major legal battle, and a human brain addresses the dangers of boxing.