DeRay Mckesson discusses how the Black Lives Matter movement addresses systemic racism.
Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama Governor Robert Bentley opposes Syrian refugees in his state.
Aaron Sorkin talks about consulting with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak while writing "Steve Jobs."
Seth Rogen discusses working with Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet in the biopic "Steve Jobs."
Wolf Blitzer tries (and fails) to read the icy body language of President Obama and Vladimir Putin.
The comics reveal which websites infect their users and offer advance buzz on the iPhone 8.
The comics #RuinABoardGame, dream up #RejectedAppleProducts and imagine #NewNFLScandals.
America drags its feet as millions of Syrians seek refuge from a brutal civil war.
The comedians suggest ideas for Apple products that not even diehard fans would stand in line for.
"Minions" star Jon Hamm makes travel plans with Jon and weighs in on the Women's World Cup.
The comedians inject Taylor Swift's anti-Apple sentiment into her music and then insult a squirrel.
The comedians guess what troubling terms of service they've already agreed to online.
An inebriated Orson Welles makes some truly bizarre sales pitches.
The Apple Watch fails in durability, and Smashing Pumpkins singer Billy Corgan finds a new career.
The comedians write customized automatic text replies that nobody would ever use.
Mike Yard goes full Amish in order to sidestep an ethical and technological dilemma posed by Apple.
President Obama commemorates the 1965 Selma march, and Apple CEO Tim Cook rolls out the Apple Watch.
The panelists talk about the challenge of remaining socially conscious while buying modern gadgets.
Larry Wilmore asks if he's a hypocrite, and Harry Truman remarks on the Selma, AL, march.
What surprising revelations did Tim Cook forget to include at the latest Apple event?