MSNBC's Chris Hayes responds to GOP presidential candidates who criticize liberal bias in the media.
Bassem Youssef breaks down Middle Eastern violence in terms that Americans can understand.
Larry reaches out to viewers in preparation for his embarrassing March Badness dare.
Kansas and Missouri propose draconian laws aimed at restricting how people redeem food stamps.
Rand Paul raises campaign funds with weird items, and a basketball fan faces a devastating loss.
With only 16 dares left, Larry grows nervous about the prospect of being baby-birded.
Larry's updated March Badness bracket fills him with a combination of excitement and fear.
Larry begins to narrow down the list of ridiculous dares in his March Badness bracket.
A weepy woodwind player trends online, and an ad company releases a shocking recruitment video.
Larry announces the final set of outrageous March Badness dares sent in by viewers.
Larry adds three more viewer-submitted dares to his March Badness bracket.
Larry asks for more viewer tweets to fill his increasingly bizarre list of March Badness dares.
Larry calls for creative submissions to add to his growing list of March Badness dares.
March Madness threatens workplace productivity, and Larry unveils his high-stakes bracket game.
The panelists discuss the NCAA's problematic business model and the priorities of college athletes.
Larry talks March Madness and wonders if college athletes are getting a decent education.
Jon pilfers Larry Wilmore's March Madness bracket, and Senator Ted Cruz scares a young child.
Some college athletes go hungry while the NCAA signs a landmark deal worth $10.8 billion.
According to the National Labor Relations Board, football players who receive full scholarships now qualify as employees and can form unions.
Which edible heart attack is being added to stadium menus this baseball season?