A rich pastor begs for a space shuttle, and the Senate confirms Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.
Tags: religion, wealth, controversies, travel, space, fundraising, congress, lawyers, republicans, senate, african american, loretta lynch, john mccain, immigration, racism, latino/hispanic, impressions, time travel, work/office, police business, protests, baltimore
Walmart lays off thousands of employees, and Baltimore residents face massive water shutoffs.
Tags: mike yard, health, food, under the desk, labor, work/office, terminations and resignations, shopping, unions, baltimore, poverty, business, wealth, superheroes, walmart, conspiracies, poop & pee, african american
A jury sentences Aaron Hernandez to life in prison, and George Lucas earns Larry's forgiveness.
Tags: football, nfl, sports, crime, murder, prison, trials/hearings, violence, washington, d.c., protests, campaigns, african american, star wars, movies, nerd alert, harrison ford, george lucas, housing, california, poverty, wealth, impressions, aging
The panelists discuss rising tuition costs and the degree to which education affects job earnings.
Two influential billionaires question the value of a university education.
Tags: march badness, lookin' good, fashion, animals, sex, world records, porn, college, education, school, michael bloomberg, work/office, money, spit-takes, rory albanese, fraternity/sorority, douchebags, banking, wealth, family, elitism, debt, wall street, viagra, interns
Senator Elizabeth Warren explains how Washington, D.C., is rigged in favor of wealthy lobbyists.
Tags: interviews, elizabeth warren, books, democrats, congress, government, corruption, bob menendez, business, wealth, lobbyists, laws, washington, d.c., the daily show, banking, democracy, shopping, real estate
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren describes the influence of powerful lobbyists on government.
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The panelists discuss Sen. Rand Paul's libertarian views and his attempts to win over black voters.
Tags: baratunde thurston, katherine timpf, bernie sanders, panel, keep it 100, rand paul, indecision, elections, campaigns, candidates, voting, african american, drugs, legalization, marijuana, jeb bush, republicans, abortion, libertarians, privacy, laws, same-sex marriage, liberal, men/women, lgbt, economy, poverty, wealth
Martha Stewart gives the dais some much-needed advice on decor.
The comedians list criminal charges for a rough-around-the-edges senior and a diapered partier.
The comedians list chapters from an interspecies romance novel and a homoerotic dinosaur tale.
The panelists discuss megachurch preachers who get rich by exploiting their followers.
Starbucks serves up a conversation about race, and Jesus Christ weighs in on money-loving preachers.
Tags: david smithyman, appearances, starbucks, racism, cornel west, jesus, flying, religion, transportation, twitter, challenges, wealth, reza aslan, cars/trucks, star wars, phones, poverty, costumes, coffee, audience interaction
Kevin Hart recounts an embarrassing moment in an airport bathroom and shares the value of stand-up.
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"Get Hard" star Kevin Hart explains how he chose the name of his fifth stand-up special, "What Now."
Tags: interviews, kevin hart, movies, work/office, travel, madison square garden, music, family, parents, drugs, addiction, death, divorce, marriage, driving, drunk, crime, parenting, housing, wealth, poop & pee, security, nudity, flying
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