Jon demonstrates how a handful of voices can be used to impersonate almost anyone.
Tags: exclusives, a look back, montages, glenn beck, mitch mcconnell, ronald reagan, charles schumer, rick perry, barack obama, george w. bush, lindsey graham, joe lieberman, andrew dice clay, donald trump, dick cheney, charlie rangel, bill clinton, arnold schwarzenegger, oprah winfrey, michael bloomberg, joe biden, sarah palin, bill cosby, richard nixon, ted kennedy, john mccain, impressions, uncensored
Two influential billionaires question the value of a university education.
Tags: march badness, lookin' good, fashion, animals, sex, world records, porn, college, education, school, michael bloomberg, work/office, money, spit-takes, rory albanese, fraternity/sorority, douchebags, banking, wealth, family, elitism, debt, wall street, viagra, interns
A trio of Brooklyn men warms up to ISIS, homelessness increases, and "manspreading" irks commuters.
Tags: bill de blasio, new york city, weather, transportation, isis, terrorism, international affairs, poverty, economy, homeless, wealth, michael bloomberg, men/women, crime, murder, public transportation
Mayor Bill de Blasio makes the case for progressivism and shares his goals for improving New York.
Bill de Blasio lays out his plan for universal pre-K in New York City.
Bill de Blasio learns an alternative pizza-eating method.
Bill de Blasio makes an argument for progressive government in New York City.
Jason Jones is fed up with Congress and the NSA monitors the World of Warcraft.
Tags: exclusives, mashups, michael bloomberg, rob ford, canada, larry wilmore, rand paul, patrick stewart, joe scarborough, pizza, chicago, bill cosby, tom brokaw, tds year in review 2013, year in review 2013, ikea, world of warcraft, aasif mandvi, jessica williams, jason jones, john oliver, john mccain, john boehner, congress
Jon incites the Chicago-New York Pizza War of 2013.
WNYC's Brian Lehrer talks Bill de Blasio's class warfare and New Jersey's love for Chris Christie.
John Oliver reports from the pre-election victory party at de Blasio headquarters.
Joe Lhota wins the Republican nomination, and Bill de Blasio tricks voters with his biracial family.
Tags: elections, new york city, michael bloomberg, candidates, joe lhota, bill de blasio, cats & cats, transportation, animals, colbert bump, racism, african american, campaigns, family, taxes, primaries, stephen colbert, police business
Democratic mayoral candidates debate New York City's big questions.
A judge deems stop-and-frisk unconstitutional, and Eric Holder ends mandatory minimum sentencing.
A federal judge finds New York City's stop-and-frisk policy unconstitutional.
Tags: new york city, police business, constitution, profiling, trials/hearings, ethnic, discrimination, african american, latino, anthony weiner, michael bloomberg, joshua oppenheimer, john oliver, npr
Citing terrorism concerns, Michael Bloomberg seeks a ban on the sale of sparklers.
The NSA uses a surveillance program called PRISM, and Daniel Bergner discusses women's sex drive.
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