The chef behind an asinine how-to video tries his luck on a cooking competition show.
GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump takes to Twitter to threaten Ted Cruz's wife Heidi Cruz.
Franchesca Ramsey responds to a controversy surrounding a white NAACP leader in Arizona.
Six Arizona teenagers gather for a photo while wearing T-shirts that spell out a racial slur.
Al Madrigal learns that Apache Indians in Arizona aren't afforded religious protections.
Jen Welter makes NFL history as the league's first female coach.
Brody Stevens talks about the stupid mistakes he tends to make when he smokes too much weed.
A man's reaction to being hit by a car is straight out of an action movie.
The comics troll Twitter with tweets about the Wright Brothers, vaccines and the Statue of Liberty.
ASU basketball fans use ethically dubious means to distract the opposing team.
Due process gets an upgrade, and Rob Rhinehart invents an alternative to food.
GOP candidate Scott Fistler attempts to win Hispanic votes by changing his name to Cesar Chavez.
Rep. Steve King defends Arizona's bill that would have allowed businesses to deny service to gays.
Governor Jan Brewer vetoes a bill that would have allowed businesses to discriminate against gays.
Arizona's legislature passes a religion-based anti-gay measure.
Supporters of an anti-gay bill in Arizona start to realize what the f**k they just did.
Chris Cuomo doesn't understand why everyone calls him Steve.
Nancy Grace reports off-location.
CNN emerges as the "Amazing Race" of news.
John Oliver learns that Arizona is a great place to be a gun, but a terrible place to be a person.