Here's how not to teach your kids how to spell.
A buddy needs some help cleaning up his mess.
A Red Cross poster appears to portray dark-skinned children as being prone to reckless behavior.
Jordan Klepper finds out how Illinois's budget impasse is hurting the state's social programs.
The panelists examine the socioeconomic causes of America's gun violence epidemic.
Using just three words, the comedians share their best life advice with new grads.
The panelists discuss a rising intolerance for conservative speakers on college campuses.
Larry commends a high school senior for taking a principled stand against shaving his goatee.
The comedians combine campus life with famous people's names.
A federal judge orders the town of Cleveland, MS, to finally desegregate its public schools.
An NFL player pushes to lift a ban on marijuana, and Colorado's pot industry funds scholarships.
NBA star Steven Adams takes heat for calling black players on a rival team "quick little monkeys."
Chris Rock describes his minimal education and reveals what "GED" really stands for.
The panelists examine a controversy surrounding a group of black female cadets at West Point.
Black cadets at West Point spark outrage after posing with raised fists in a pre-graduation photo.
Adam Lowitt assesses the civil rights lawsuit North Carolina faces for its anti-trans bathroom bill.
President Obama encourages Howard University's black graduates to embrace their racial identity.
The panelists discuss President Obama's assessment of racial progress in America since the 1980s.
An American Airlines passenger is accused of terrorism after he's seen working on a math problem.
Felonious Munk reacts to a controversy surrounding Georgetown University's slave-trading legacy.