Hasan Minhaj launches a social media campaign to address political gridlock.
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The panelists examine teacher-student sexual affairs with the help of impressions by Kevin Pollak.
A bikini-clad grandmother gets a DUI, and Chris celebrates YouTube's 10th anniversary.
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A Florida man pulls off a not-so-secret operation to fly onto the Capitol lawn in a gyrocopter.
Jordan Klepper builds a robot and helps it explore its spirituality.
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Fareed Zakaria argues that liberal arts education has a valuable place alongside technical fields.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria describes how online learning is changing higher education.
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Hillary Clinton officially announces her plan to run for president with an understated campaign ad.
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The panelists discuss rising tuition costs and the degree to which education affects job earnings.
The Webby Awards would never feature the awful categories that the comedians list.
Chris D'Elia remarks upon the Internet's reception of "Baby" and puts Justin Bieber's success in context.
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