Roy Wood Jr. examines the scandals that embroil all three of Alabama's highest state offices.
Three heads of Alabama's state government face removal amid separate scandals.
The comedians find out why a shirtless Marco Rubio was featured on an Alabama billboard.
Roy Wood Sr. looks to future after Martin Luther King Jr. is arrested during a protest in Alabama.
Marion Cotillard talks about working with Michael Fassbender in the film "Macbeth."
Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama Governor Robert Bentley opposes Syrian refugees in his state.
Larry locates the veiled racism in Alabama's decision to close several DMVs across the state.
Daniel looks to hire recent college grads fresh out of sorority life.
Kids give a scathing review of a new book about football coach Nick Saban.
Daniel's reading group dives deeper into the various disgraces of football coach Nick Saban.
The comedians imagine what PA announcement prompted an Alabama stadium stampede.
The comics ease Alabama's debt, watch a never-ending escalator ride and deliver anti-headline news.
Rick Perry reacts to a mass shooting at a Louisiana movie theater by calling for even more guns.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley orders the removal of all Confederate flags from the state Capitol.
Alabama gets nostalgic about the Confederacy with a holiday honoring Jefferson Davis.
Bill Cosby releases an odd video, and Barack Obama channels Jay Z while honoring the Selma march.
President Obama commemorates the 1965 Selma march, and Apple CEO Tim Cook rolls out the Apple Watch.
Congressman John Lewis highlights the civil rights movement in his graphic novel series "March."
Fox News and CNN each commemorate the 1965 Selma civil rights march in their signature styles.
Congressman and "March" co-author John Lewis recalls the first time he met Martin Luther King Jr.