Larry considers a silent appearance on "Fox & Friends."
The water crisis in Flint, MI, emerges as a case study in government incompetence and neglect.
Timbaland pulls out of a benefit concert for Flint, MI, residents due to a botched champagne order.
Desperate for safe drinking water, an undocumented immigrant goes the distance in Flint, MI.
Sen. Ted Cruz limits his bottled water donations to Flint, MI, residents who oppose abortion rights.
Water park owner Tsunami Don insists that there's nothing wrong with a little lead-tainted water.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder accuses his critics of politicizing the water crisis in the city of Flint.
Trevor comes up with a way to save residents of Flint, MI, from toxic drinking water.
City officials save money by slowly poisoning the poverty-stricken population of Flint, MI.
Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore pushes for allowing college students to carry firearms on campus.
Seattle cops offer marijuana safety tips, and a Michigan lawmaker hopes to tax pot for road repairs.
Representative Dan Kildee talks labor unions, Madonna and gun laws.
Congressman Dan Kildee talks about running on the populous platform.
A drunk guy praises Detroit.
The founder of InsideClimate News describes the dilbit disaster in Kalamazoo, MI.
The GOP wants to take its gerrymandering game to the presidential level.
Al Madrigal investigates a border dispute between Detroit and Canada.
Aasif Mandvi and Jason Jones debate the pro-business bona fides of Michigan and Indiana.
Unions protest Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's support for "right to work" legislation.
Mitt Romney wins most of the old Confederacy, and John Oliver shows off his media analysis skills.