President Obama calls for transgender-friendly bathrooms in public schools.
Vine star King Bach discusses moving beyond Internet fame with his role in "Meet the Blacks."
Now that the FBI can hack an iPhone without Apple, the tech giant wants the bureau to show them how.
The panelists weigh in on Hulk Hogan's massive courtroom win against the gossip website Gawker.
Franchesca Ramsey addresses the social media freak-out over Kim Kardashian's nude selfie.
Apple CEO Tim Cook refuses to unlock the iPhone of a terrorism suspect for the FBI.
Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses "Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream."
Judd Apatow, 50 Cent and Rachel Feinstein share their theories on why people cheat on their spouses.
A website devoted to helping people cheat on their spouses falls prey to cyber vigilantes.
Jordan Klepper's patriotism knows no bounds when it comes to NSA surveillance.
The Senate fails to stop major metadata-gathering components of the Patriot Act from expiring.
Oklahoma experiences fracking-induced earthquakes, and the NSA adopts a bizarre recycling mascot.
A Florida man pulls off a not-so-secret operation to fly onto the Capitol lawn in a gyrocopter.
The panelists discuss Sen. Rand Paul's libertarian views and his attempts to win over black voters.
Journalist Jon Ronson recalls discovering a mysterious Twitter user who co-opted his identity.
Senator Ted Cruz announces his bid for president to an auditorium of disengaged college students.
Jordan Klepper reports on a Florida law that protects gun owners from their doctors.
Journalist Jill Leovy discusses her book "Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America."
The U.S. considers harsh sanctions on North Korea after hackers target Sony Pictures.
Laura Poitras describes how the media has failed and offers Jon a job as an investigative reporter.