The mysterious death of Freddie Gray draws attention to a history of police brutality in Baltimore.
Following civil unrest, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declares a state of emergency.
Tags: riots, protests, sports, fires, violence, behaving badly, baltimore, kids, school, economy, poverty, african american, cnn, wolf blitzer, government, national guard, military, history, unemployment, labor, crime, drugs
The panelists talk about Baltimore's water crisis and a cop's efforts to avoid using lethal force.
Tags: ricky velez, cristela alonzo, panel, baltimore, poverty, government, growing up, puerto rico, police business, crime, guns, violence, white people, african american, keep it 100, brad "scarface" jordan, hip hop
Walmart lays off thousands of employees, and Baltimore residents face massive water shutoffs.
Tags: mike yard, health, food, under the desk, labor, work/office, terminations and resignations, shopping, unions, baltimore, poverty, business, wealth, superheroes, walmart, conspiracies, poop & pee, african american
A jury sentences Aaron Hernandez to life in prison, and George Lucas earns Larry's forgiveness.
Tags: football, nfl, sports, crime, murder, prison, trials/hearings, violence, washington, d.c., protests, campaigns, african american, star wars, movies, nerd alert, harrison ford, george lucas, housing, california, poverty, wealth, impressions, aging
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback greatly reduces safety-training requirements for gun owners.
Tags: kansas, sam brownback, government, conservative, republicans, guns, laws, safety, asses, museums, kids, pets, animals, fashion, business, poverty, money, shopping, school, birth control, poop & pee
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren describes the influence of powerful lobbyists on government.
Tags: interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, elizabeth warren, books, democrats, congress, government, corruption, bob menendez, business, wealth, lobbyists, laws, washington, d.c., work/office, poverty, the daily show, banking, democracy, shopping, real estate
The panelists discuss Sen. Rand Paul's libertarian views and his attempts to win over black voters.
Tags: baratunde thurston, katherine timpf, bernie sanders, panel, keep it 100, rand paul, indecision, elections, campaigns, candidates, voting, african american, drugs, legalization, marijuana, jeb bush, republicans, abortion, libertarians, privacy, laws, same-sex marriage, liberal, men/women, lgbt, economy, poverty, wealth
Larry chats with a famous politician about ongoing labor issues at fast-food restaurants.
Larry and the panelists talk welfare and play a game inspired by "The Price Is Right."
Kansas and Missouri propose draconian laws aimed at restricting how people redeem food stamps.
The panelists discuss megachurch preachers who become rich at the expense of their congregation.
Tags: kurt metzger, shenaz treasury, david bullock, bradley whitford, extended panel, religion, money, god, jesus, christian, jehovah's witness, poverty, animals, scams, marijuana, drugs, lying, exclusives
The panelists discuss megachurch preachers who get rich by exploiting their followers.
Starbucks serves up a conversation about race, and Jesus Christ weighs in on money-loving preachers.
Tags: david smithyman, appearances, starbucks, racism, cornel west, jesus, flying, religion, transportation, twitter, challenges, wealth, reza aslan, cars/trucks, star wars, phones, poverty, costumes, coffee, audience interaction
Benjamin Netanyahu courts his ultra-conservative constituents in order to secure re-election.
Tags: israel, benjamin netanyahu, elections, candidates, barack obama, obama administration, international affairs, diplomacy, congress, nuclear, iran, economy, real estate, housing, palestine, west bank, conservative, racism, voting, america, mitt romney, jordan klepper, voice over, poverty
The panelists discuss the NCAA's problematic business model and the priorities of college athletes.
The panelists must guess whether a Pomeranian and a pug are living in wealth or poverty.
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