The comedians revise "It's Not Easy Being Green" and reveal what else it's rough to be.
The comics ask silly questions inspired by Joseph McCarthy's Cold War interrogation techniques.
President Obama apologizes after American forces mistakenly bomb an Afghan hospital.
The contestants celebrate @midnight's 300th episode by pitching ideas for #HashtagWars.
As Mario turns 30, the comics uncover some surprising facts about Nintendo's mascot.
The comedians heckle Smash Mouth and mark the 800th birthday of Magna Carta.
A bikini-clad grandmother gets a DUI, and Chris celebrates YouTube's 10th anniversary.
Marriage equality is spreading across America, but a few states strive to keep homophobia alive.
A video of a fraternity chanting offensive slurs adds to a number of highly public racist incidents.
Congressman John Lewis highlights the civil rights movement in his graphic novel series "March."
Congressman and "March" co-author John Lewis recalls the first time he met Martin Luther King Jr.
Fox News and CNN each commemorate the 1965 Selma civil rights march in their signature styles.
Bill Clinton strategizes ways to effectively tackle the West African Ebola epidemic.
Stephen takes a look back at the life and presidency of Richard Nixon.
The comedians list matured video game titles.
The comedians come up with names for Macklemore's Instagram song.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally discusses the Mustang's legacy and the future of America's auto industry.
Stephen celebrates The Report's eighth anniversary by unveiling his latest portrait.
Republicans blame Obama for the shutdown, which everyone agrees is "not a game."
Wealthy Americans recover from the 2008 financial crisis.