Dorothy Fuldheim becomes the first woman to anchor a TV news show.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reemerges to slam President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
Jessica Williams checks in with several unforgettable interviewees from past field pieces.
The panelists discuss the limits of edgy humor and Donald Trump's effect on political discourse.
Jon answers audience questions about everything from his hosting duties to his love of hummus.
Donald Rumsfeld blames President Obama for the chaos in Iraq, inspiring a hellish conversation.
Jordan Klepper gleefully discovers that a certain vulgar insult is totally fine to use in the U.K.
The comedians let an unreliable Microsoft website guess how old they are.
Is there a subreddit devoted to bangable mustard or erotic mayonnaise?
The comedians guess the endings of Vines that feature Adolf Hitler and The Cat in the Hat.
Larry presents hypothetical scenarios about hecklers, Batman's parents and a young Adolf Hitler.
ASU basketball fans use ethically dubious means to distract the opposing team.
Advances in genetic engineering could give people the ability to customize their babies in the womb.
Bill Cosby takes the stage in Canada despite the growing number of rape allegations against him.
Congress votes on a bill that would ban Social Security benefits to Nazis.
Morrissey's opinion on war makes no sense to Joe Rogan.
Hitler-themed coffee creamers spark outrage in Switzerland, and Apple's CEO comes out of the closet.
Jon and Bill O'Reilly debate whether white privilege is a factor in success in America.
A Nazi commander tells the story of the time he met Hitler.
A language training company allows Brazilian teens to learn English from elderly Americans.