Donald Trump denies that he ever posed as his own publicist in order to boast about his greatness.
An exhibit highlighting Bill Cosby's comedic legacy draws outrage from his alleged rape victims.
Larry prepares to embarrass himself on national television as March Badness heats up.
Larry lists a few of the potentially humiliating dares in his March Badness bracket.
Trevor unveils the winning entry from The Daily Show's Ted Cruz video-editing contest.
The Fox News-hosted GOP presidential debate devotes a mere 31 seconds to the topic of race.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson breaks a record, and the comedians do their best to replace a hipster.
Forrest MacNeil has disappeared, but you can help find him by using #FindForrest.
Daniel fields tweets suggesting fixes for California's water crisis.
Larry grudgingly prepares to host the next episode of The Nightly Show in spandex.
Larry reaches out to viewers in preparation for his embarrassing March Badness dare.
Kansas and Missouri propose draconian laws aimed at restricting how people redeem food stamps.
Indiana effectively legalizes discrimination, and David Smithyman gets to the heart of homophobia.
As March Badness draws to a close, Larry prepares for a truly daring show.
With only 16 dares left, Larry grows nervous about the prospect of being baby-birded.
Larry endows each panelist with super powers, a super weakness and a crushing dilemma.
Larry announces the final set of outrageous March Badness dares sent in by viewers.
The panelists face tough choices involving the price of fame and a tragic hot air balloon ride.
Starbucks serves up a conversation about race, and Jesus Christ weighs in on money-loving preachers.
Larry adds three more viewer-submitted dares to his March Badness bracket.