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.
A displeased waitress throws shade at Gov. Chris Christie during an interview at a diner.
"The O'Reilly Factor" host Bill O'Reilly uses an inappropriate segue to introduce tragic news.
Katy Perry upsets a nun with an unwelcome housing offer on a convent.
The Red Cross fails to deliver $500 million in funds set aside for earthquake victims in Haiti.
"Park Bench" host Steve Buscemi looks back on his favorite death scenes.
As 2016 approaches, the FEC admits defeat and stops trying to regulate campaign finance abuse.
Journalist George Stephanopoulos explains how news-programming decisions are made.
The media gets caught up in the lavish White House Correspondents' Dinner celebration.
Jon gives viewers the chance to attend his final taping of The Daily Show, and CNN celebrates 4/20.
Eric Greitens discusses the influential role that veterans can play in serving U.S. communities.
Journalist Jon Ronson recalls discovering a mysterious Twitter user who co-opted his identity.
Hasan Minhaj starts a crowdfunding campaign for those impacted by Rep. Aaron Schock's resignation.
Jordan Klepper reports on the woes of Staten Island's Hurricane Sandy survivors.
A down-on-his-luck YouTube star eats unusual objects to raise some cash.
The DEA worries about the effect that growing marijuana will have on wildlife.