Miles Fleischhacker puts the values he gained as a student at Trump University into practice.
A lawsuit alleges that Trump University defrauded students out of thousands of dollars.
A CEO intentionally sells tainted peanut butter, and Volkswagen cheats on emissions tests.
A young CEO sparks outrage by jacking up the price of a life-saving drug for AIDS patients.
The comics imagine the future plans of a sinister CEO and come up with a new Volkswagen slogan.
The comics create British bestiality slang and list socially minded munchies.
The comics #RuinABoardGame, dream up #RejectedAppleProducts and imagine #NewNFLScandals.
The panelists discuss the many issues plaguing the NFL, from domestic violence to Deflategate.
The comedians predict what controversies will befall professional football players this season.
The comics apologize for a scandal and guess what a dog was thinking before he vomited.
Hillary Clinton takes heat for using her private email account for official government business.
Political aide Carlos Jordanson puts a fun, folksy spin on Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
Daniel's reading group dives deeper into the various disgraces of football coach Nick Saban.
Kids give a scathing review of a new book about football coach Nick Saban.
The Supreme Court weakens a 50-year-old law aimed at ending discrimination against minority voters.
Reporters try to get a straight answer out of a scandal-ridden senator.
Mike Yard explains why the jurisdiction of university police extends far beyond campus.
Body cam footage reveals yet another case of deadly police violence against an unarmed black man.
NFL investigators accuse Tom Brady of deliberately destroying evidence stored in his cell phone.
Revelations from Bill Cosby's 2005 deposition compel Larry to give a much-needed vocabulary lesson.