Roast Battle heads down to Texas for some old-fashioned, Southern-fried insults.
"Jackson, 1964" author Calvin Trillin relays personal accounts of racism in the South.
Cynthia Erivo chats about performing a song from "The Color Purple" in front of Oprah Winfrey.
Cynthia Erivo talks about running a half marathon before two performances of "The Color Purple."
Three heads of Alabama's state government face removal amid separate scandals.
A federal judge orders the town of Cleveland, MS, to finally desegregate its public schools.
Joe Morton talks about bringing the life of Dick Gregory to the stage in "Turn Me Loose."
Felonious Munk reacts to a controversy surrounding Georgetown University's slave-trading legacy.
The comedians come up with blue-collar versions of popular TV shows.
Bernie Sanders talks primary politics and his potential relationship with a GOP Congress in 2016.
North Carolina faces backlash from major corporations after passing a transphobic bathroom law.
Mississippi's governor signs a declaration proclaiming April to be Confederate Heritage Month.
Bret Ernst remembers getting into a vicious argument with his unstable babysitter.
Mike Yard visits Gettysburg, PA, to get the scoop on a Confederate Flag Day rally.
Mike Yard and Robin Thede get a first-hand look at a controversial wedding trend in the South.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton pull out all the stops to win the African-American vote in 2016.
The panelists talk about the campaigns of former fringe candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
The Best F#@king News Team looks back at a major flaw of the Emancipation Proclamation.
A South Carolina lawmaker's holiday card glorifies the state's recently retired Confederate flag.
Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama Governor Robert Bentley opposes Syrian refugees in his state.