With tensions running high in Cleveland, local cops call for a suspension of Ohio's open-carry law.
As air travel hits record highs, the TSA tries (unsuccessfully) to recruit more workers.
Larry gives a rundown of various ways that America's public schools are coming up short.
The panelists discuss racially charged complaints about Leslie Jones's character in "Ghostbusters."
Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about mitigating racial bias in the New York City Police Department.
Ben Carson shows off his ability to debate with his eyes shut, and Marco Rubio trashes philosophers.
The comics learn about America's best town and write a BuzzFeed story as a disgruntled employee.
The comics check out a robotic suit that simulates old age and find reasons to work at Walmart.
A professional gigolo tells Amy why he owes his career to the Container Store.
Walmart lays off thousands of employees, and Baltimore residents face massive water shutoffs.
Author and professor Zephyr Teachout discusses "Corruption in America."
Zephyr Teachout discusses corruption in government and financing her own gubernatorial campaign.
Mayor Bill de Blasio makes the case for progressivism and shares his goals for improving New York.
Jordan Klepper talks with Kain Colter about fairly compensating college athletes.
"Players First" author John Calipari offers his take on what it means to be a member of a team.
Some of America's highest-paid public employees work to give college athletes a priceless education.
Some college athletes go hungry while the NCAA signs a landmark deal worth $10.8 billion.
According to the National Labor Relations Board, football players who receive full scholarships now qualify as employees and can form unions.
John Malkovich shares a clip from "Cesar Chavez" and debates wealth distribution with Stephen.
Former UCLA player Ramogi Huma makes the case for allowing student athletes to form unions.