The panelists discuss the Rachel Dolezal controversy and the definition of blackness in the U.S.
A giant agribusiness from Aasif Mandvi's past comes back to haunt him.
Advances in genetic engineering could give people the ability to customize their babies in the womb.
Larry challenges the panelists to reveal which traits they'd prefer in a genetically modified baby.
Tags: gabrielle union, penn jillette, holly phillips, rachel feinstein, panel, keep it 100, challenges, audience interaction, kids, parenting, science, genetics, lookin' good, men/women, international affairs, peace, violence
The panelists debate the medical, financial and ethical implications of genetically modified babies.
A group of specially bred Nazi cows in Great Britain are put down after they become too aggressive.
Scientists reverse the aging process in mice, and a poisoned water supply yields healthy benefits.
Tags: cheating death, dr. stephen t. colbert dfa, health, prescott group, vacsa, doctors, aging, science, animals, genetics, willard scott, under the desk, violence, men/women, menudo, breasts, transportation, chile, pollution, international affairs
The Obama administration grants U.S. citizenship to non-American babies born to American surrogates.
The FDA violates Big Pharma's freedom of tweets, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream becomes GMO-free.
Rick Perry refuses to support universal health care but endorses gay reparative therapy.
Tags: civil rights, texas, republicans, right-wing, conservative, rick perry, mental health, rehab, alcoholism, genetics, health care, gaffes, north dakota, poop & pee, gaywatch, lgbt, alabama, sex, marriage equality
Moderate Republican Olympia Snowe discusses campaign finance reform and polarization in Washington.
Tags: olympia snowe, interviews, books, republicans, congress, filibusters, mitch mcconnell, john boehner, laws, fundraising, campaigns, business, elections, stephen colbert, smithsonian, museums, genetics, senate
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