Jeff Ross goes behind bars for what promises to be the most dangerous roast of his life.
Jeff Ross gets to know the male inmates of Brazos County Jail.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio explains how income gaps affect crime rates.
Mayor Bill de Blasio shares his framework for equitable redistribution of wealth in New York City.
Gay marriage becomes legal in Ireland, and gun violence erupts at a biker gang meeting in Texas.
Jon confesses his gang loyalty, and a local news team discovers how dirty beards are.
Larry chats with gang members about their decision to unite for the sake of peace in Baltimore.
The panelists discuss Bill Clinton's political prowess and the perils of legalizing gay marriage.
New Yorkers protest the death of Freddie Gray, and Baltimore gang members call a truce.
CNN takes an awkward approach to the Baltimore riots, and Fox News revives racial stereotypes.
Steve leads the rangers in a full-on assault against the park's bikers.
Andrew Cockburn discusses how technology has impacted military tactics with mixed results.
Common compares racism in the U.S. to dating someone with baggage.
"Run All Night" star Common reflects on the state of racism in the U.S.
Sarah Chayes explains how failed governments are actually successful criminal organizations.
Oscar Isaac discusses working with his longtime friend Jessica Chastain in "A Most Violent Year."
A gang member acts out when he feels that his role in the group is being threatened.
Pointing takes on a whole new meaning when a community organizing photo-op in Minnesota goes awry.
Rell Battle doesn't have the proper body frame for jail.
The coalition against ISIS struggles as the Iraqi Army collapses and Turkey goes rogue.