CNN's Peter Bergen discusses post-9/11 homegrown terrorism in his book "United States of Jihad."
Ronny Chieng explains why the Iowa caucuses are important in the presidential election cycle.
The comics make announcements to superstitious airplane passengers and their haunted dolls.
The panelists make small talk with passengers as their Uber helicopter pilots.
The TSA places thousands of innocent Americans on the no-fly list, and an elf betrays Santa Claus.
Trevor Noah recalls the insanity of traveling during the Ebola crisis.
Spirit Airlines passenger Holly Walker takes her place in history as the Rosa Parks of the skies.
Achmed the Dead Terrorist sometimes gets mistaken for a celebrity when he's visiting L.A.
Even-keeled astronaut Gordon "Gordo" Cooper becomes the first man to spend 24 hours in space.
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
Pope Francis touches down in the U.S., and Americans flood the streets for some hot pope action.
Before he was a children's book writer, Roald Dahl spied for Britain during World War II.
An airline passenger is bowled over by the benefits of flying economy plus.
The comics list #RealTeenAwards, #CollegeIn3Words, #ScientificSongs and #BadInFlightAnnouncements.
The comedians read in-flight announcements bound to send any passenger into a panic.
The panelists reveal what you can expect to find on an airline's sub-coach seating class.
Donald Trump invites kids into his private helicopter at the Iowa State Fair.
Hannibal Buress tells a story about the perils of not having proper identification.
Forrest embarks on a journey to have sex on a plane and join the exclusive mile-high club.
Forrest's last-ditch attempt to join the mile-high club turns grotesque almost immediately.