The contributors demonstrate where they'd get Pap smears if Planned Parenthood shut down.
Jessica Williams checks in with several unforgettable interviewees from past field pieces.
The U.S. charges FIFA officials with corruption, and Starbucks baristas play their personal music.
Inspired by Starbucks, Ricky Velez and Mike Yard combine coffee with uncomfortable topics.
Larry takes a look at Starbucks's short-lived and poorly received "Race Together" campaign.
The panelists weigh in on the harsh backlash against the Starbucks "Race Together" campaign.
Larry Wilmore discovers racism still exists, and San Francisco seeks a way to stop public peeing.
Starbucks serves up a conversation about race, and Jesus Christ weighs in on money-loving preachers.
Starbucks takes aim at racism, and Larry wonders if megachurches have gone too far.
Starbucks starts a difficult conversation, and an Australian news anchor makes headlines of her own.
Senator Thom Tillis compromises basic public health regulations in defense of limited government.
An online preacher takes on a new non-issue in his e-sermon, and Disney teases "Frozen Fever."
Deputies Garcia and Jones step outside their jurisdiction to bust Chris for illicit drugs.
The comedians come up with films based on Internet memes after learning about the Grumpy Cat movie.
Jessica Williams reports on some rapidly emerging terrorist organizations.
A trip to Starbucks leaves Matteo Lane with no hope for humanity.
The BuyPartisan app does its part to help win the culture war.
Nathan's parody coffee shop becomes a viral news story overnight.
Two former Starbucks baristas apply to be the first employees of Dumb Starbucks.
Nathan tries to trick an attorney into accepting liability for his parody coffee shop idea.