Trevor breaks down Donald Trump's RNC speech accepting the GOP presidential nomination.
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Roy Wood Jr. talks about the noises in New York City, shares his uncle's outdated relationship advice and explains some of the modern struggles of being black in America.
Roy Wood Jr. examines the special interests groups fueling the Army Corps of Engineers.
Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the Olympics Games amid political strife and health concerns.
Donald Trump helps Chris Christie pay off the debt from his failed presidential run.
An NFL player pushes to lift a ban on marijuana, and Colorado's pot industry funds scholarships.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus struggles to defend Donald Trump's unscrupulous behavior.
Trevor tries to get to the bottom of Donald Trump's reluctance about releasing his tax returns.
Despite Hillary Clinton's sizeable lead, Bernie Sanders continues his presidential campaign.
Michelle Wolf weighs in on a decision to do away with a longstanding tax on tampons in New York.
Hasan Minhaj explains why America is actually an ideal place for wealthy tax dodgers.
The panelists debate the effectiveness of political pandering during the 2016 presidential race.
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Carl comes to collect rent money from Coach and Keith, but when they don't have it, he demands collateral.
The comics offer unconventional financial advice just in time for Tax Day.
Grace Parra weighs in on the sexy tax evasion scandal revealed by the Panama Papers.
Ron White tells a story about losing a tooth and the cringeworthy way he had to retrieve it.
Chicago lawmakers repeal a controversial tax on tampons and other feminine hygiene products.
Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas offers tips on how the U.S. can simplify taxes and elections.
States impose a sales tax on feminine hygiene products while giving male-oriented items a free pass.
Mayor Bill de Blasio weighs in on New York City's changing consumer tech industry.