Roy Wood Jr. envisions a more racially progressive adult film industry.
Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
The panelists weigh in on a claim that black awards shows are a form of self-imposed segregation.
"Fifty Shades of Black" star Marlon Wayans discusses changing his physique for the parody film.
A supposedly enlightened chapter of the KKK attempts to fill its ranks with minority members.
The comics take to Twitter to comment on the Oscars' lack of diversity.
Roy Wood Jr. suggests that African-American filmmakers need to pander to white Oscar voters.
ISIS releases a video highlighting its oldest member, an elderly grandfather from China.
A racially charged case before the Supreme Court could seal the fate of affirmative action.
The panelists weigh in on a wide array of non-traditional casting choices in film.
A wave of racially charged student protests spreads to colleges throughout the U.S.
"Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes sips wine with Larry and discusses her memoir "Year of Yes."
Larry chats with legendary television writer-producer Shonda Rhimes about her memoir "Year of Yes."
Ex-WWE superstar Virgil goes to the mat against Ricky Velez, the world's most offensive wrestler.
Racist "Star Wars" fans start the hashtag #BoycottStarWarsVII to protest the film's diversity.
The panelists discuss the GOP's efforts to appeal to black voters in the 2016 presidential race.
GOP hopefuls Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump take a harsh stance against marriage equality.
The panelists discuss Cameron Crowe's decision to cast Emma Stone as an Asian in his movie "Aloha."
The panelists discuss the Deflategate scandal and a disturbing video for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Hillary Clinton sets up shop in Brooklyn, prompting a warm welcome from borough native Mike Yard.