Pope Francis asks Christians to apologize for oppressing the LGBT community.
The comics present Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland with pressing social media court cases.
Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about mitigating racial bias in the New York City Police Department.
Ben Stiller chats about reprising his role as male model Derek Zoolander in the movie "Zoolander 2."
The comedians pitch concepts for the pope's next big acting gig.
The GOP is split on whether Donald Trump or Ted Cruz is a worse presidential nominee.
Pope Francis tarnishes his "cool pope" image by meeting with controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis.
The panelists try to reconcile Pope Francis's progressive image with his support for Kim Davis.
Hasan Minhaj catches up with the enthusiastic crowds at Pope Francis's Philadelphia mass.
The comics check out a pint-sized pope and list hipster trends that have nasty side effects.
Ricky Velez asks his fellow New Yorkers for their take on Pope Francis's visit to the Big Apple.
A young CEO sparks outrage by jacking up the price of a life-saving drug for AIDS patients.
Pope Francis touches down in the U.S., and Americans flood the streets for some hot pope action.
Richard Lewis reminisces about his early memories of Jon and discusses his new show, "Blunt Talk."
Republicans try to use a secular argument to counter the pope's statement about global warming.
Comedian Richard Lewis discusses his show "Blunt Talk" and recalls the first time that he met Jon.
Abstinence-only sex ed leads to an STD outbreak, and Pope Francis continues his carefree lifestyle.
Gerald Posner describes how the Vatican's financial practices came to resemble offshore banking.
Jon defends his honor against the accusations of the conservative media.
David Cameron and Barack Obama meet to discuss world politics following the Charlie Hebdo attack.