The panelists dig into some of the more colorful aspects of Thanksgiving.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel explains how America's power grids are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Trevor breaks down the politicizing of the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
The panelists debate whether Americans can be shaken from their apathy toward global warming.
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
The comics list #BetterDebateQuestions, #CanadianSuperheroes #OceanCelebs and #CrapperBooks.
The panelists invent comic book heroes tailor-made for the Great White North.
Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses the cultural and historical roots of mass incarceration in the U.S.
A bipartisan Senate bill aims to lower mass incarceration rates in the U.S.
Bobby Fischer faces off against Soviet champ Boris Spassky in the chess match of the century.
The comics make observations about America from the viewpoint of a British tourist.
Jessica Williams shows Trevor how to save time while covering recurrent national tragedies.
ISIS continues to sustain a booming economy, which is partially due to American art collectors.
The panelists address the implications of Jeb Bush's remarks about "free stuff" for black voters.
Trevor reflects on his journey to The Daily Show and thanks Jon Stewart for his brand-new job.
The panelists discuss the global obsession with selfies and a controversial quip by the Dalai Lama.
Ben Carson airs his soft-spoken opposition to having a Muslim president in the White House.
As if becoming a citizen wasn't hard enough, the comics add more U.S. citizenship qualifications.
The panelists discuss the outsized role that religion continues to play in American politics.
The panelists wonder if Donald Trump's brash style represents the future of political discourse.