Riots erupt in France during a UEFA European Championship soccer match between Russia and England.
President Obama sips filtered water from Flint, MI, to persuade residents that it's safe to drink.
The comedians try to make sense of bizarre foreign music videos.
Only in America would a company build a robot and then bully it.
French comedian Gad Elmaleh argues that Americans have nothing to fear from socialism.
Comedian Gad Elmaleh chats about learning English to prepare for his first U.S. tour.
The comedians answer questions about performers with obscure talents.
Marion Cotillard talks about working with Michael Fassbender in the film "Macbeth."
President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
The panelists weigh in on the dangers of using the term "radical Islam."
The panelists discuss American conservatives' extreme reactions to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Bernie Sanders picks a bad time to keep it 100, and Hillary Clinton pulls the best worst move ever.
Trevor recognizes the goodwill that followed deadly ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
Christine and The Queens perform "Tilted" from their self-titled album.
Christine and The Queens team up with rapper Tunji Ige to perform the song "No Harm Done."
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
Acting as Air France bigwigs, the comics propose cruel policies aimed at company employees.
American expat Virginia Hall is recruited to be a spy for the Allies during World War II.
A selfie-loving MILF explores her best angles on the playground.
Hannibal tries to convince the citizens of Los Angeles that Barack Obama is serving a third term.