Captain 'Murica, the first ultra-conservative, Trump-supporting superhero, has a unique definition of what constitutes a bad guy.
Mike Yard rolls out a conspiracy theory about the dark purpose behind the popular game "Pokemon Go."
CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
Larry discusses the death of Alton Sterling, a black Louisiana man shot by white cops.
Trevor imagines what Donald Trump's presidential cabinet would look like if he gets elected.
"Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox describes the human rights concerns of trans prisoners.
Jordan Klepper finds out how Illinois's budget impasse is hurting the state's social programs.
Jordan Klepper tries to tackle Illinois's budget woes by easing tensions in the state legislature.
Deon Cole explains why he taped his first stand-up special in Washington, D.C.
The contestants divulge top-secret revelations that the government's been hiding from us.
Rep. Jim Himes calls the NRA out for using fear-mongering tactics against members of Congress.
An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
Inspired by endangered koalas, Australian officials hope to cut carp populations using STDs.
Three heads of Alabama's state government face removal amid separate scandals.
Nightly Show staffers share their experiences as veterans seeking timely health care from the VA.
Katie Couric examines the struggle to enact common-sense firearm safety in her film "Under the Gun."
Chinese officials answer to pro-democracy protests by securing sidewalk bricks to prevent violence.
For 50 years, American corporations fought to keep lead paint legal at the expense of public health.
A Massachusetts man gets a new penis, and the CIA erases its copy of the Senate report on torture.
Dahlia Lithwick discusses President Obama's in-limbo Supreme Court justice nominee Merrick Garland.