In a bizarre reversal, RNC speakers give a supportive shout-out to the LGBT community.
Adam Lowitt weighs in on the unlikely bipartisanship of the Supreme Court justices.
The Supreme Court strikes down Texas's controversial restrictions on abortion clinics.
The Supreme Court remains stalled, and Maria Bamford holds out hope for a hapless little girl.
SCOTUS refuses to rule on a major contraception case without a ninth justice on the bench.
Dahlia Lithwick discusses President Obama's in-limbo Supreme Court justice nominee Merrick Garland.
Dahlia Lithwick discusses the Senate's decision to avoid confirming SCOTUS nominee Merrick Garland.
George Mason University changes its name to the Antonin Scalia School of Law, or ASSOL.
The comedians enroll in classes at a law school with an unfortunate acronym.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz explains what Democrats can do to win the 2016 presidential election.
The comics make up #ScienceFoods, #HangoverSongs, #SpringBreakIn4Words and #AddAWomanImproveAMovie.
President Obama nominates Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, but Congress refuses to vote on him.
Jordan Klepper reasons with Mitch McConnell after the senator refuses to meet with a SCOTUS nominee.
The comics present Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland with pressing social media court cases.
Inspired by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's upcoming biopic, the comics add women to well-known movie titles.
Jesus gives his expert analysis of a Missouri bill that lets businesses deny service to gay couples.
Grace Parra provides out-of-her-depth coverage of a fight for access to abortion clinics in Texas.
Larry chooses between two hard-to-stomach dinner date scenarios.
Larry loses his 2-D likeness, and a Supreme Court battle brews between the GOP and President Obama.
Bicameral legislature comes to life in an infuriating (and unwinnable) children's board game.