Daniel Tosh reveals why he loves working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Journalist Bomani Jones faces harsh backlash on Twitter for wearing a "Caucasians" T-shirt on ESPN.
Vine star King Bach discusses moving beyond Internet fame with his role in "Meet the Blacks."
Jennifer Hudson discusses her role as an alleged victim of sexual harassment in "Confirmation."
CNN contributor Van Jones discusses the non-profit group he co-founded, the Dream Corps.
Matt Wayne sees through advertising for cereal and unreliable shoes.
Residents of Flint, MI, aren't the only Americans who have a contaminated water supply.
The comedians bring out the sexy side of philanthropy.
Nikki offers a lifeline to men who have been ditched by their friends.
The largest pornography site on the Web turns its attention to endangered species.
Marley Dias discusses her effort to bring more diversity to her sixth-grade reading class.
Timbaland pulls out of a benefit concert for Flint, MI, residents due to a botched champagne order.
Sen. Ted Cruz limits his bottled water donations to Flint, MI, residents who oppose abortion rights.
Trevor comes up with a way to save residents of Flint, MI, from toxic drinking water.
Nathan experiences a moment of self-reflection while pretending to be somebody else.
The panelists weigh in on the pros and cons of celebrities who engage in high-profile activism.
Mike Yard braves alligator-infested Florida to chat with the winner of Acura's Keep It 100 contest.
Nathan hires a bodybuilder and a ghostwriter to help him create his new workout program.
News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch gives presidential hopeful Ben Carson a vaguely racist endorsement.
Hannibal Buress tells a story about the perils of not having proper identification.