Chicago is a tough city, and its comics are no exception.
When Ms. Pat and C.J. Sullivan face off in Chicago, they trade insults about breasts and crime.
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes steps down after several female employees accuse him of sexual harassment.
Following an online petition to rename fire ants, the comics give animals new names.
Kanye West's "Famous" music video depicts several naked celebrities lying in bed with the rap star.
As Skip Bayless leaves ESPN, Daniel looks back on his history of egregiously wrong opinions.
A star athlete at Stanford University receives a shockingly lenient sentence for sexual assault.
Airports take desperate measures to help customers kill time during the TSA screening process.
A Pennsylvania judge rules that Bill Cosby must stand trial for sexual assault charges.
Michelle Wolf pleads with England, and the comedians on @midnight brainstorm new TED talks.
Larry chooses between two of the worst jobs imaginable.
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert faces a mere 15 months in prison for sexually abusing teenagers.
Ted Cruz fools himself into thinking he still has a shot at becoming the GOP presidential nominee.
An exhibit highlighting Bill Cosby's comedic legacy draws outrage from his alleged rape victims.
Mike Yard assembles a crack team to steal Bill Cosby's collection of artwork from the Smithsonian.
Jerrod Carmichael talks about tackling difficult topics in his NBC series "The Carmichael Show."
Larry wonders if there's a paycheck big enough to convince Mike Epps to play Bill Cosby.
Ted Cruz denies having affairs with five different women, and Trevor has no problem believing him.
Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. break down a few of the early matchups in Third Month Mania.
Franchesca Ramsey addresses the social media freak-out over Kim Kardashian's nude selfie.