The contestants come up with in-store announcements that shoppers might hear on Black Friday.
Larry comes to an inescapable conclusion about GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
China drops its one-child policy, ending mandatory fines, abortions or sterilization for violators.
The comics listen to a story of friendship lost and found, and guess what jokes China will ban next.
Inspired by advances in virtual reality, Ronny Chieng creates his own simulation experience.
Al Madrigal tests out the Waldorf Astoria after rumors of Chinese spies at the hotel surface.
The panelists break some good and bad news to China's first head transplant patient.
Former President Bill Clinton compares the economic opportunities that exist in the U.S. and Mexico.
A con artist tries to make a quick buck by throwing himself in front of traffic.
Gretchen Carlson dumbs herself down, and Jon makes a personal appeal to Fox News.
Mike Yard goes full Amish in order to sidestep an ethical and technological dilemma posed by Apple.
A Taiwanese driver collides with a surprising number of people.
Jordan Klepper investigates how China's up-and-coming magic industry may destroy America.
Al Sharpton reacts to the all-white Oscar nominations, and Larry examines recent black protests.
Stephen spars with Stephen over whether America should be held accountable for torture.
Tom Blanton debunks the CIA's claims that torture was effective in preventing terrorist attacks.
Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate warn that elephants could be extinct in the wild in about a decade.
Stephen showcases America's signature culinary dish and the unmatched power of Bill O'Reilly.
A proposition to release nonviolent convicts threatens California's ability to fight wildfires.
A new Chinese ban takes all the pun out of wordplay.