Timbaland discusses his career as a music producer in his memoir, "The Emperor of Sound."
"The Emperor of Sound" author Timbaland recalls finding artistic inspiration in a nonmusical home.
Campaign spending for the election could reach $5 billion, thanks to a handful of wealthy donors.
Jordan Klepper finds out how dysfunction within the FEC affects campaign finance regulation.
CEO Dan Price explains how having a salary minimum at Gravity Payments increases worker well-being.
The U.S. spent $43 million on a gas station in Afghanistan, and no one really knows why.
Pizzaz becomes embroiled in a family feud, and Rad feigns knowledge of rare blues records.
Due to the state budget's crisis, an Illinois couple is unable to cash their lottery winnings.
The panelists discuss a persecution complex suffered by members of the wealthiest one percent.
Hired therapists compare the vilification of super-rich citizens to racism.
19th-century political cartoonist Thomas Nast proves that the pen is mightier than the sword.
Brian Regan explains why only certain people are allowed to use the word mansion.
Seth Rogen discusses working with Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet in the biopic "Steve Jobs."
Donald Trumps proves he's capable of being president -- just not in the U.S.
The panelists react to Donald Trump's simplistic tax plan by offering alternatives of their own.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump rolls out a self-serving proposal to overhaul America's tax code.
ISIS continues to sustain a booming economy, which is partially due to American art collectors.
A young Russian immigrant arrives in New Orleans and builds a banana empire.
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Matt and Charlie cause trouble in their settlement after they discover a stockpile of valuable seeds.
Lil Rel talks about the downside of living in a building with a doorman.