Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders brusquely announces that he's running for president in 2016.
Tags: democalypse 2016, indecision, elections, candidates, bernie sanders, speeches, campaigns, hillary clinton, democrats, liberal, technology, scandals, controversies, lobbying, money, taxes, corruption, chelsea clinton, poop & pee, cracks up, republicans
Judith Miller recounts her journalistic experience with Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.
Tags: nuclear, saddam hussein, george w. bush, international affairs, wmds, extended interviews, interviews, exclusives, judith miller, books, media, new york times, history, iraq, iraq war, wars, bombs, michael gordon, 9/11, bush administration, dick cheney, white house, ethics, accountability, investigations, weapons, mongering, controversies
A rich pastor begs for a space shuttle, and the Senate confirms Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.
Tags: religion, wealth, controversies, travel, space, fundraising, congress, lawyers, republicans, senate, african american, loretta lynch, john mccain, immigration, racism, latino/hispanic, impressions, time travel, work/office, police business, protests, baltimore
A cheating scandal in Atlanta schools bears a striking resemblance to the 2008 financial crisis.
Britt McHenry lashes out at a tow company worker, and Ben Affleck tries to censor his family tree.
Tags: sports, espn, scandals, cars/trucks, twitter, corrections/retractions/apologies , ben affleck, slavery, family, history, documentaries, pbs, controversies, henry louis gates jr., sony, security, email, kim jong-un, movies, rage, behaving badly, supernatural
The panelists discuss Ben Affleck's slave-owning ancestry and Britt McHenry's suspension from ESPN.
Tags: mike yard, philip galanes, chrissy teigen, panel, ben affleck, slavery, family, history, documentaries, pbs, controversies, protests, civil rights, celebrities, henry louis gates jr., espn, rage, cars/trucks, behaving badly
Rolling Stone's journalistic integrity is called into question over its UVA rape article.
Indiana effectively legalizes discrimination, and David Smithyman gets to the heart of homophobia.
Tags: david smithyman, march badness, basketball, sports, challenges, indiana, lgbt, laws, discrimination, religion, controversies, mike pence, money, civil rights, protests, same-sex marriage, weddings, sex, business, penises, anal sex
The panelists talk about the social and political implications of Indiana's religious freedom law.
Tags: james adomian, joy reid, mario batali, indiana, panel, lgbt, laws, discrimination, religion, controversies, same-sex marriage, weddings, ted cruz, elections, fundraising, republicans, conservative, restaurants, business
Indiana passes a law that allows businesses to refuse service to gay patrons on religious grounds.
Tags: indiana, government, laws, religion, christian, discrimination, mike pence, lgbt, business, basketball, college, sports, craigslist, furries, scandals, controversies, civil rights, same-sex marriage, philadelphia, washington, d.c., new york mets, baseball, work/office
Inspired by Starbucks, Ricky Velez and Mike Yard combine coffee with uncomfortable topics.
Larry helps nerds adjust to diverse superheroes, and Mike Yard stars as the first black Batman.
Tags: mike yard, nerd alert, superheroes, movies, men/women, diversity, white people, spider-man, african american, ghostbusters, star wars, impressions, controversies, batman, michelle rodriguez, violence
The exoneration of Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson causes an uproar at Fox News.
Tags: fox news, media, investigations, racism, discrimination, protests, violence, police business, government, rage, corrections/retractions/apologies , congress, scandals, controversies, obama administration, susan rice, lying, cia, fbi, military, accountability, props
Congressman Aaron Schock quits after his suspicious spending habits are scrutinized.
Tags: aaron schock, congress, illinois, government, terminations and resignations, instagram, scandals, controversies, corruption, travel, money, interns, katy perry, audience interaction, crime, driving, exercise, lookin' good, parents, prison
The Secret Service hits a White House barricade while driving drunk, causing the media to go wild.
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