Donald Trump's wife Melania Trump is accused of stealing her RNC speech from Michelle Obama.
A lost phone provides an opportunity for motivational speaking.
"Pokemon Go" takes its toll on one die-hard player.
The comedians come up with pickup lines inspired by video games.
President Obama hits the campaign trail with a recently exonerated Hillary Clinton.
Larry discusses the death of Alton Sterling, a black Louisiana man shot by white cops.
An inventor looking to end concussions in the NFL locks down a major celebrity endorsement.
Even though Deon Cole is a comedian, he doesn't always understand jokes.
Rep. John Lewis leads House Democrats in a sit-in protest, calling for gun control legislation.
Hiking without a connection to the outside world is not the smartest move.
Nikki finds out how to cuddle without getting frisky.
The director of a phone company commercial lays some intense demands on one of the actors.
The comedians make up mundane versions of popular movies.
In the early 90s, Donald Trump created a fake publicist to brag about his wealth and sexual prowess.
Ronny Chieng weighs in on a dangerous and widespread addiction to snapping selfies.
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Brandon Wardell lists all the ways that a guy can tell if his girlfriend is cheating on him before addressing the ladies -- well, one lady.
When Rachel Feinstein was an awkward middle school student, her crush hurt her feelings.
The time travelers face wildly different receptions in Puritan-era Salem.
A new smart mattress issues phone alerts when the bed is being used for adulterous sex.
Daniel Tosh wants people to stop decorating their cars with bumper stickers.