A gerrymandered district in Missouri leaves a sales tax vote to a lone resident.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
Timbaland discusses his career as a music producer in his memoir, "The Emperor of Sound."
"The Emperor of Sound" author Timbaland recalls finding artistic inspiration in a nonmusical home.
Hasan Minhaj questions daily fantasy sports fans about whether or not the games qualify as gambling.
Bugsy Siegel calls down the wrath of the mafia thanks to his mismanagement of the Flamingo casino.
Desi Lydic scrutinizes Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton's statements at the Democratic debate.
Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton's Wall Street donors during the latest Democratic debate.
Jo Firestone plays a game with the audience as a way to bond over uncomfortable secrets.
Phil Hanley explains why he got his green card the old-fashioned way.
Sean Donnelly doesn't have a child, but he does parent his dog.
Campaign spending for the election could reach $5 billion, thanks to a handful of wealthy donors.
Jordan Klepper finds out how dysfunction within the FEC affects campaign finance regulation.
Desi Lydic rates the truthfulness of statements made during a Republican presidential debate.
Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments, discusses implementing a $70,000 minimum salary at his company.
CEO Dan Price explains how having a salary minimum at Gravity Payments increases worker well-being.
The U.S. spent $43 million on a gas station in Afghanistan, and no one really knows why.
At the dawn of the 20th century, a teenager named Mary Phelps Jacob creates the world's first bra.
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
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Larry gets inside the guys' heads, causing friction within Dormtainment.