Republicans grill Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards in a nasty display of political theater.
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. look into the possibility of police bias against African Americans.
Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO of Bumble, explains how her app empowers women in dating.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton knows how to win over the youth vote with dick jokes.
Dorothy Fuldheim becomes the first woman to anchor a TV news show.
Daniel looks to hire recent college grads fresh out of sorority life.
Holly Walker puts a positive spin on the rise in gun owners who shoot themselves in the crotch.
American gun owners prove to be surprisingly adept at shooting themselves in the penis.
Hasan Minhaj catches up with the enthusiastic crowds at Pope Francis's Philadelphia mass.
Trevor reflects on his journey to The Daily Show and thanks Jon Stewart for his brand-new job.
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Big Jay Oakerson introduces a nerd named Eli to tatted-up cool girl Kitty to find out if they're a match made in Tatooine.
The panelists discuss the global obsession with selfies and a controversial quip by the Dalai Lama.
Ricky Velez asks his fellow New Yorkers for their take on Pope Francis's visit to the Big Apple.
The panelists face questions involving fictitious heroes, Army life and an expendable friend.
A move to allow co-ed combat troops reignites a debate about the role of women in the U.S. military.
The panelists discuss the backlash against President Obama's directive to allow women in combat.
Viola Davis makes Emmy history, and Islamophobia goes unchallenged at a Donald Trump rally.
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Big Jay Oakerson does his best to hook up Natalia, who's normally drawn to guys who aren't interested in her, with his college buddy Skip.
Way too many kids on Steve Rannazzisi's Little League team wear capes.
The panelists talk about Donald Trump's condescending praise for Carly Fiorina at the GOP debate.