"X-Men: Apocalypse" star Rose Byrne chats about the ups and downs of playing a non-mutant.
A University of Virginia student discovers that fratty hotel pranks don't play well in North Korea.
The contestants use Facebook to disprove common misconceptions about comedians.
Ranchers in Oregon take over a wildlife refuge during an armed standoff against the government.
Desi Lydic weighs in on the importance of the COP21 climate talks in Paris.
The comics offer their takes on the voices of classic video-game characters.
The comics help Hillary Clinton win the sorority vote and exaggerate claims about Mike Huckabee.
Daniel looks to hire recent college grads fresh out of sorority life.
The comedians brainstorm inoffensive party themes that no frat would ever want to host.
Two influential billionaires question the value of a university education.
Daniel and his staff sing a politically correct fraternity song.
The panelists discuss abolishing fraternities, Western defectors to ISIS and a legendary stripper.
Larry offers advice to creepy frat boys, and a college athlete calls Mo'ne Davis a crude name.
A college athlete hurls a slur at Mo'ne Davis, and frat boys fail to grasp the concept of satire.
Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering discuss campus sexual assault in their documentary "The Hunting Ground."
A video of a fraternity chanting offensive slurs adds to a number of highly public racist incidents.
Oklahoma frat boys sing the worst song in history, and America ponders a female president.
Oklahoma frat brothers face expulsion over a racist chant, and Larry calls for more women in power.
Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams offer safety do's and don'ts for collegiate men and women.
The comics find out what's really going inside fraternities.