Al Madrigal tests out the Waldorf Astoria after rumors of Chinese spies at the hotel surface.
American expat Virginia Hall is recruited to be a spy for the Allies during World War II.
Before he was a children's book writer, Roald Dahl spied for Britain during World War II.
Mike Yard investigates a possible conspiracy involving free Internet access and the Illuminati.
Tags: mike yard, internet, poverty, barack obama, housing, neighborhoods, on location, new york city, man on the street, investigations, government, conspiracies, time warner, spying, julian castro, illuminati, porn
The Senate fails to stop major metadata-gathering components of the Patriot Act from expiring.
Tags: senate, patriot act, laws, nsa, wiretapping, spying, privacy, phones, penises, john oliver, terrorism, mongering, 9/11, weapons, dogs, animals, jurassic park, isis, rand paul, john mccain, sarah palin, candidates, elections, fundraising
Agent Malloy presents Jack and Ben with the one viable way out of their mess.
A federal court ruling strikes a blow to the NSA's controversial mass-surveillance program.
Tags: nsa, security, phones, patriot act, laws, olive garden, restaurants, food, congress, penises, rand paul, filibusters, senate, lindsey graham, behaving badly, speeches, poop & pee, mongering, intelligence, spying, chris christie, animals, government, health care, doctors, republicans, impressions, war on terror
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz describes the meetings to develop a nuclear deal with Iran.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz discuses the Obama administration's nuclear deal with Iran.
Jack and Ben inadvertently tip off Special Agent Malloy with their impromptu celebration.
Gun violence erupts at a Texas art show spearheaded by anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller.
Oklahoma experiences fracking-induced earthquakes, and the NSA adopts a bizarre recycling mascot.
Tags: earth day, holidays, environment, earthquakes, oklahoma, songs, costumes, fracking, oil, energy, god, science, farts, laws, pollution, advertising, animation, nsa, blue man group, mascots, psas, privacy, school, jordan klepper, spying, uranus, musicals, natural disasters
Colin Firth discusses why he was selected for his ass-kicking role in "Kingsman."
Jill Leovy describes how dropping crime rates have not been consistent throughout the U.S.
Tags: interviews, jill leovy, books, murder, crime, african american, death, los angeles, police business, work/office, statistics, violence, money, neighborhoods, investigations, democracy, robots, technology, sci-fi, laws, accountability, spying, drones
Journalist Jill Leovy discusses her book "Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America."
Tags: interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, jill leovy, books, murder, crime, african american, death, los angeles, police business, work/office, statistics, violence, money, neighborhoods, democracy, robots, technology, sci-fi, laws, accountability, privacy, spying, drones, blue collar, diversity, corruption, racism
The U.S. considers harsh sanctions on North Korea after hackers target Sony Pictures.
Tags: north korea, movies, sony, internet, security, international affairs, travel, crime, weapons, food, smoking, business, economy, banking, kim jong-un, terrorism, barack obama, privacy, email, nsa, spying, scandals, angelina jolie
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