A summer heave wave in the Southwest inspires some unusual news reports.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" star Rose Byrne chats about the ups and downs of playing a non-mutant.
"Black-ish" star Anthony Anderson talks about reflecting authentic African-American families on TV.
"Special Correspondents" star Ricky Gervais fantasizes about his ideal interview.
Fox News commentators complain about Andrew Jackson's demotion to the back of the $20 bill.
South African President Jacob Zuma comes under fire for his government-funded home renovation.
Donald Trump makes an ideal GOP presidential candidate, even if other Republicans don't believe it.
Hannibal Buress explains how he prepared for his Netflix stand-up special "Comedy Camisado."
Fox News's Greg Gutfeld chats about arguing with liberals in his book "How to Be Right."
The media questions whether a shooting at Planned Parenthood is domestic terrorism.
Trevor Noah recalls the insanity of traveling during the Ebola crisis.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama Governor Robert Bentley opposes Syrian refugees in his state.
Jeb Bush calls Supergirl "hot," and Captain America takes on an immigrant-terrorizing villain.
GOP presidential debate moderator John Harwood recalls memorable moments with the candidates.
Donald Trumps proves he's capable of being president -- just not in the U.S.
Kevin Hart talks about his "What Now" comedy tour and sharing his workouts on social media.
Trevor reflects on his journey to The Daily Show and thanks Jon Stewart for his brand-new job.
"The O'Reilly Factor" host Bill O'Reilly uses an inappropriate segue to introduce tragic news.
The panelists weigh in on President Obama's response to the church shooting in Charleston, S.C.