Henry Rollins talks about doing way too much LSD during the early days of Black Flag.
Larry plays a round of F**k/Marry/Kill involving three famous scientists.
Would Larry sacrifice two of his contributors to stop Donald Trump's rise to power?
An FX miniseries brings the O.J. Simpson murder trial back into the national spotlight.
CNN's Peter Bergen discusses post-9/11 homegrown terrorism in his book "United States of Jihad."
Donald Trump has a realization about his fans, and Barbara Bush half-heartedly defends Jeb Bush.
According to a U.K. probe, Vladimir Putin likely called for the poisoning of a former KGB spy.
The guys get high and seek entertainment at a courthouse, but their plan backfires.
Sean Penn defends his controversial interview with El Chapo, prompting an intervention from Larry.
"Making a Murderer" creators Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi discuss the Netflix true-crime series.
Kevin Nealon gets real about his sexual, romantic and murderous feelings about his former co-stars.
Muslim scholar Dalia Mogahed examines the sexist implications of discussing hijab.
Muslim scholar Dalia Mogahed explains the roots of Islamic radicalization.
In President Obama's attempt to end gun violence, he bypasses Congress on firearm legislation.
Trevor reviews the holiday hiatus's biggest newsmakers, from Bill Cosby to "affluenza" teen.
The Best F#@king News Team revisits 2015's biggest stories and viral videos.
North Korean pop group Moranbong Band ends a performance with a simulated missile attack on the U.S.
ISIS releases a video highlighting its oldest member, an elderly grandfather from China.
Before starting active shooter response training, Jordan Klepper receives a concealed carry license.
A mass shooting in California leads to a spike in gun sales and shooting range visits.