A Red Cross poster appears to portray dark-skinned children as being prone to reckless behavior.
A summer heave wave in the Southwest inspires some unusual news reports.
Teenagers Vinny Tirrico and Charisma Kerrigan take part in a growing trend in racist prom proposals.
Nikki sets the record straight on women's bathing suits.
Mike Yard and Robin Thede get a first-hand look at a controversial wedding trend in the South.
Beth Stelling tells a story about a very eventful childhood trip to a water park.
Steve Rannazzisi might not love his family enough to swim nine miles in the dark like Rob Konrad.
Mike Yard gives New Yorkers advice on how to have the best summer ever.
Larry lays out the U.S.'s ongoing pattern of racist resistance to black people using public pools.
Police officers violently detain a group of young black teens at a pool party in McKinney, Texas.
Jessica Williams examines what it's like being black at a pool party in Texas.
A pool party turns violent when cops use excessive force against a group of black teens.
Daniel demonstrates what happens to people who trespass at Best Western's pool.
Rand Paul raises campaign funds with weird items, and a basketball fan faces a devastating loss.
Former orca trainer and activist John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."
John Hargrove describes his time as a SeaWorld trainer and how it led him to oppose orca captivity.
The comedians caption panoramas that went horribly wrong.
Jordan Klepper reports on a Florida law that protects gun owners from their doctors.
Adam and Blake fall for the same member of Ders's old swim team.
Ders debates whether or not he should confront his high school bully, Troy Torpey.