A hidden-camera investigation into Planned Parenthood doesn't go as two pro-lifers intended.
A Texas grand jury exonerates Planned Parenthood while indicting a pair of anti-abortion activists.
The great state of Texas welcomes Syrian refugees with gun-toting, Islamophobic arms.
A Texas police department educates residents about the state's new open-carry gun law.
Larry enlists the help of a medium to explain Ted Cruz's sudden popularity among GOP voters.
A racially charged case before the Supreme Court could seal the fate of affirmative action.
Larry gives Texas schoolchildren a primer on their state's squeaky-clean version of U.S. history.
Wernher Von Braun helps pioneer American rocket science despite his onetime Nazi affiliations.
The panelists debate whether Americans can be shaken from their apathy toward global warming.
By abolishing the death penalty, Nebraska may be opening itself up to murder tourism.
Houston native Grace Parra offers her toilet-centric take on a local anti-discrimination statute.
California and Texas take wildly different approaches to the threat of gun violence on campus.
The comics invent chants for activists who are using dildos to object to their school's gun rules.
Teen inventor Ahmed Mohamed describes what it felt like to be arrested at his Texas high school.
The panelists weigh in on whether the arrest of Ahmed Mohamed was fueled by anti-Muslim bigotry.
Texas police arrest an inventive Muslim teenager, drawing accusations of Islamophobic bigotry.
Hannibal Buress explains why he decided to buy his eye-catching shirt.
Hasan Minhaj finds out how Hillary Clinton is preparing for Joe Biden's rumored presidential run.
Fred Armisen guarantees the audience that he can do any accent perfectly.
Meteorologist Gusty Hail analyzes America's rapidly changing racial climate.