A Massachusetts man gets a new penis, and the CIA erases its copy of the Senate report on torture.
Tags: rory albanese, mike yard, surgery, penises, health care, troops, injuries, military, veterans, doctors, tattoos, cia, intelligence, torture, scandals, controversies, senate, congress, investigations, michael jordan, government, violence, lying, alcohol, drunk
Ted Cruz suspends his presidential bid after Donald Trump emerges as the GOP's presumptive nominee.
Tags: donald trump, primaries, ted cruz, indiana, republicans, islamic, discrimination, family, video games, nintendo, john kasich, speeches, white people, dwight d. eisenhower, history, america, intelligence, cia, campaigns, candidates, indecision, elections
Lewis Black reviews the documents the CIA uncovered in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound.
"Playing to the Edge" author Michael Hayden recalls the ethical dilemmas of heading the CIA and NSA.
Tags: michael hayden, interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, books, edward snowden, nsa, cia, safety, security, millennials, spying, technology, drones, new york times, wars, death, terrorists, al qaeda, family, ethics
"Playing to the Edge" author Michael Hayden weighs in on the use of drones during wars.
Former NSA Director Michael Hayden weighs in on whether Apple should unlock a terrorist's iPhone.
Tags: michael hayden, interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, books, nsa, cia, safety, security, death, terrorism, ethics, middle east, extremist, islamic, religion, rahm emanuel, apple, fbi, audience interaction, technology, phones, tim cook
A stoned hacker compromises the personal email account of CIA Director John Brennan.
The comics guess what sorts of emails the director of the CIA receives in his personal account.
America learns the hard way that arming "the good guys" in the Middle East is never a good idea.
Tags: obama administration, bush administration, middle east, terrorism, isis, iraq, iraq war, wars, george w. bush, military, saddam hussein, islamic, sunni, troops, weapons, cia, afghanistan, taliban, looney tunes, 80s, iran, exclusives
The exoneration of Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson causes an uproar at Fox News.
Tags: fox news, media, investigations, racism, discrimination, protests, violence, police business, government, rage, corrections/retractions/apologies , congress, scandals, controversies, obama administration, susan rice, lying, cia, fbi, military, accountability, props
Stephen spars with Stephen over whether America should be held accountable for torture.
Stephen examines the CIA torture debate, and "The Interview" star Seth Rogen visits The Report.
Dick Cheney does not hesitate to support the CIA's use of torture.
Tags: protests, torture, cia, senate, statistics, lawyers, george w. bush, bush administration, investigations, scandals, controversies, dick cheney, 9/11, chuck todd, al qaeda, terrorism, waterboarding, history, world war ii, human rights, saddam hussein, nuclear, iraq war
Critics chastise director Ridley Scott for casting white people as Egyptians in his biblical film.
Tags: yahweh or no way, bible, god, movies, christian bale, white people, egypt, twitter, african american, slavery, racism, violence, drones, cia, hollywood, rupert murdoch, protests, diversity, fox news, controversies, religion, impressions
Kate Middleton and Prince William take an action-packed trip to New York City.
Tags: prince william, kate middleton, royalty, new york city, barack obama, men/women, kids, gifts & presents, basketball, nba, lebron james, beyonce knowles, jay z, art, theater, cia, torture, scandals, investigations, senate, morality
Tom Blanton debunks the CIA's claims that torture was effective in preventing terrorist attacks.
A Senate report reveals that detainees were systematically tortured at the hands of CIA operatives.
Fox News's Eric Bolling argues in favor of torture, and Wolf Blitzer makes the case for ignorance.
Tags: senate, democrats, cia, government, torture, george w. bush, prison, al qaeda, scandals, interrogations, violence, fox news, eric bolling, america, war on terror, george washington, brian kilmeade, brown-haired guy who isn't steve doocy, fox & friends, history, wolf blitzer, dianne feinstein, military, terrorism, pundits, under the desk, andrea tantaros
Senator John McCain emerges as a beacon of reason in the aftermath of the CIA torture report.
Tags: prince william, kate middleton, toys & games, gambling, jordan klepper, torture, interrogations, scandals, controversies, investigations, cia, senate, government, george tenet, dick cheney, waterboarding, human rights, wars, crime, 9/11, saxby chambliss, jeffrey dahmer, john mccain, puppets, appearances, montages, costumes
Wolf Blitzer asks Dianne Feinstein how she feels about a possible outcome of the CIA torture report.
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