Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) tries to ease concerns about the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
The comedians list reasons to attend Brazil's Olympics despite high crime rates and a Zika outbreak.
Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the Olympics Games amid political strife and health concerns.
Brazil gears up for the Olympics amid political scandal, rampant pollution and a Zika epidemic.
The comedians name provocative rides found at an adults-only theme park.
Trevor tells Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff how to avoid corruption charges, American-style.
Ellen Page, co-host of "Gaycation," explains why she wanted to explore the world's LGBT communities.
Apple's refusal to help the FBI hack into a terrorist's iPhone fuels a debate about privacy rights.
The Zika virus affects North America and South America in drastically different ways.
Hannibal explains why he enjoyed Ronda Rousey's momentous MMA victory.
Daniel gets some infant-feeding tips from a Brazilian mother.
Does Barcroft TV feature a video of a woman who treats men like kids or works as an armpit model?
Jon devises a plan to combat climate change involving One Direction's Harry Styles.
Artist JR discusses his efforts to raise awareness of people living in areas plagued by violence.
A language training company allows Brazilian teens to learn English from elderly Americans.
The comics write reviews for bad Brazilian hotels.
When their team scores a goal, some Brazilian soccer fans react by firing off some rounds.
Glenn Greenwald touches on previously unpublished revelations about the NSA.
An embroidery shop refuses to serve gays, and Fox News's Dana Perino embarrasses a colleague.
Author and soccer player Pele recounts the creative materials he used to play soccer as a child.