Residents of an upstate New York village vote on whether to change their racist seal.
Al Madrigal learns that Apache Indians in Arizona aren't afforded religious protections.
The comedians find out what's really happening in an offensive-looking town seal.
A dispute over public land in Oregon leads to an armed protest by right-wing militia members.
Tags: rory albanese, police business, african american, discrimination, ohio, trials/hearings, guns, violence, white people, oregon, protests, government, native american/american indian, martin luther king jr., america, donald trump
Lou Diamond Phillips illuminates Peepers's secret upbringing in a Native American family.
Bill Clinton discusses long-term economic growth and bringing overseas jobs back to the U.S.
Tags: bill clinton, interviews, extended interviews, exclusives, economy, business, resignations/terminations, movies, big daddy, work/office, money, labor, native american/american indian, alternative energy, energy, technology, internet, obama administration, banking, education, stocks, wall street
Bill Clinton talks about diversifying job opportunities in order to boost the U.S.'s economy.
Tags: bill clinton, interviews, economy, work/office, retirement, obama administration, labor, business, native american/american indian, alternative energy, energy, environment, internet, winston churchill, world war ii, wars, history
Bill uses an interview with the guys to get revenge on them for stealing his time slot.
The Seattle School Board votes to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Jason Jones discovers that the Washington Redskins' team name is racist.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office revokes the Redskins' trademark due to it being offensive.
The comics guess which feature the new Kim Kardashian video game includes.
"Why Governments Fail So Often" author Peter Schuck examines what makes government work.
A Belgian baby gets a soccer contract, and the Washington Redskins reach out to Native Americans.
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