Trevor Noah outlines a strategy for how to avoid getting shot by the police.
Mike Yard assesses America's progress toward eradicating racial injustice.
Little has changed in Ferguson, Mo., since the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
Ta-Nehisi Coates weighs in on whether or not there's an end in sight for racism in America.
The Department of Justice releases another scathing report on the Ferguson Police Department.
A NYPD officer is not indicted in the death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man.
The Daily Show remembers George W. Bush's second inauguration and Hurricane Katrina.
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Calvin Trillin misses Jon Ashcroft's orange alerts, which only lasted until the election.
Rather than making bad results better, the government focuses on making bad results sound better.
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