Mike Yard investigates a possible conspiracy involving free Internet access and the Illuminati.
Jon introduces The Daily Show's staff with a guided tour that's reminiscent of "Goodfellas."
Jessica Williams checks in with several unforgettable interviewees from past field pieces.
An Arkansas pastor fights for the right to discriminate against the LGBT community.
Lavell Crawford braves the summer heat to find out how New Yorkers are staying cool.
A historical marker serves as a reminder that slavery was once a booming business in New York City.
Ohioans are fighting to keep the name of their favorite mediocre president on a mountain in Alaska.
Facebook allows Ricky Velez to keep tabs on the miserable status of his childhood bully.
Ricky Velez reluctantly gets in touch with his roots at New York City's Puerto Rican Day parade.
Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's important position in the candidate selection process.
Jordan Klepper gleefully discovers that a certain vulgar insult is totally fine to use in the U.K.
Jordan Klepper reports on an underrepresented voice in British democracy: money.
Self-proclaimed mama's boy Lavell Crawford asks New Yorkers to share their Mother's Day plans.
Hillary Clinton sets up shop in Brooklyn, prompting a warm welcome from borough native Mike Yard.
Ambitious cub reporter Jordan Carlos takes a hard-hitting look at the ongoing protests in Baltimore.
Jessica Williams investigates a dying breed of protesters: same-sex marriage opponents.
Larry chats with gang members about their decision to unite for the sake of peace in Baltimore.
Hasan Minhaj launches a social media campaign to address political gridlock.
A giant agribusiness from Aasif Mandvi's past comes back to haunt him.
Mike Yard helps alleviate the stress of Tax Day with shady advice on how to save money.