Corey Pegues explains how he went from a drug-dealing gang member to a policeman in "Once a Cop."
Roy Wood Jr. breaks down NBA player Thabo Sefolosha's fight against a wrongful arrest.
Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about mitigating racial bias in the New York City Police Department.
Tags: bill de blasio, interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, new york city, poverty, candidates, campaigns, elections, bernie sanders, hillary clinton, goldman sachs, wall street, money, donald trump, police business, nypd, unions, safety, discrimination, african american, prison, teens, st. patrick's day, parades, lgbt, pope francis, popes
The comedians wonder what else could land New Yorkers behind bars during a winter storm travel ban.
Tags: rapid refresh, photobombs: creepy or cute?, grace helbig, matt braunger, hari kondabolu, nypd, weather, new york city, youtube, video games, guitar hero, music, ozzy osbourne, impressions, police business, reddit, anal sex, dogs
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. look into the possibility of police bias against African Americans.
Tags: on location, citizenship, police business, african american, discrimination, racism, white people, jordan klepper, roy wood jr., nypd, bo dietl, stereotypes, reenactments, profiling, wisconsin, guns, violence, murder, death, movies, crying, men/women, sexism, songs
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio explains how income gaps affect crime rates.
Tags: economy, gangs, neighborhoods, bill de blasio, extended interviews, interviews, police business, new york city, government, crime, guns, laws, william bratton, murder, nypd, security, the south, exclusives
Mayor Bill de Blasio makes the case for policies aimed at helping New York City's middle class.
Tags: bill de blasio, interviews, new york city, wealth, kids, education, housing, poverty, great depression, government, real estate, nypd, police business, african american, transportation, homeless, parenting
Protests erupt over a decision not to indict an NYPD officer for the death of Eric Garner.
Tags: new york city, protests, nypd, police business, trials/hearings, rockefeller center, christmas, holidays, fox news, african american, white people, racism, discrimination, barack obama, rudy giuliani, violence, rage
How did Twitter react to the "Game of Thrones" season premiere?
Interdimensional black people boost NYPD frisk statistics, and monkeys exploit zookeepers.
Tags: threatdown, violence, police business, nypd, african american, ethnic, profiling, racism, statistics, men/women, space, time travel, barack obama, same-sex marriage, impressions, exercise, sex, health, science, matthew mcconaughey, lookin' good, animals, gross-out, zoos, prison, oral sex, asses, international affairs, lgbt, monkeys
Pepper spray has become America's new car horn.
Tags: weapons, injuries, police business, protests, occupy wall street, college, california, shopping, video games, simulations, apologies, nypd, chris meloni, xbox, impressions, thanksgiving, holidays, weight/obesity, human rights, technology, culture, walmart
Samantha Bee examines class divisions in Occupy Wall Street's New York City encampment.
Tags: samantha bee, on location, new york city, occupy wall street, protests, wall street, man on the street, hipsters, poverty, wealth, elitism, apple, technology, hobos, nypd, photos, poop & pee, housing
Jimmy Justice protects New York City from law-breaking cops by being a douchebag.
A human crop-duster rains habanero misery on Wall Street protestors.
Tags: protests, hipsters, wall street, nypd, new york city, michael moore, chris meloni, wyatt cenac, business, democracy, civil rights, violence, no disrespect impression, impressions, my mistake, reenactments, parody, songs, music, saudi arabia, human rights, media, tv
T.J. English talks about the 30-year crime wave that hit New York City in the 60s.
9/11 first responders share what they think of Senate Republicans filibustering the Zadroga bill.
© 2015 Comedy Partners. All Rights Reserved. Comedy Central and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of comedy partners.