A soccer ball reacts to the FIFA scandal, and a football gets competitive about corruption.
Swiss police arrest top FIFA officials in a multimillion-dollar corruption scandal.
Independent think tanks accept large donations from foreign governments in exchange for publicity.
The U.S. attempts to spread peace to the Middle East, one weapon at a time.
Sue Turton describes the imprisonment of three of her fellow Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt.
Al Madrigal gets lost in Qatar's soccer stadium that looks remarkably like a giant steel vagina.
Al Gore defends the sale of Current TV to Qatar-backed news network Al Jazeera.
Al Gore wishes he had been wrong about global warming.
FIFA faces a corruption scandal, and freestyle canoe dancing replaces the cancelled NFL season.
Stephen explores Asia, talks to Ghandi and points out that knuckles are basically finger boobs.
Stephen practices holding hands with Killer in case he goes to Qatar.
John Oliver enjoys some awkward silence with the Qatari ambassador.
President Bush's week long odyssey over seas ends on a historic note.
A sinister message may be hidden in Osama bin Laden's call for Muslims to rise up and destroy us.