The panelists discuss colorful ways to save water as California's historic drought continues.
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Senator Marco Rubio announces his plan to run for president, but the media is focused elsewhere.
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Larry chats with a famous politician about ongoing labor issues at fast-food restaurants.
Gene Baur discusses the benefits of eating mindfully in his book "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."
Gene Baur makes the case for vegetarianism and veganism in "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."
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ISIS takes over a "Star Wars" set, and a disgruntled McDonald's customer resorts to gun violence.
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Larry presents scenarios that include getting an ISIS tattoo and going to hell for a slice of pizza.
Despite a growing obesity crisis in the U.S., the food industry carries on pretty much as usual.
Lewis Black reports on the changing nature of the animal-based entertainment industry.
Steve Rannazzisi turns into a gangster when he's drunk and full of chicken.
Advances in genetic engineering could give people the ability to customize their babies in the womb.
After over 50 years of hostility, the U.S. begins to reestablish diplomatic ties with Cuba.
Al Sharpton reacts to the all-white Oscar nominations, and Larry examines recent black protests.
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The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
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Senator Marco Rubio explains how raising the minimum wage would cause technology to replace workers.
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Sen. Marco Rubio reflects on the political frustrations that drive people to join the Tea Party.
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Set pieces from The Report await new owners, and Stephen unveils a virtual tour of his studio.
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