The Best F#@king News Team celebrates the number one thing that makes Americans angry.
An exhibit highlighting Bill Cosby's comedic legacy draws outrage from his alleged rape victims.
Kris Jenkins of the Villanova Wildcats will forever be remembered for his NCAA tournament win.
Mississippi's governor signs a declaration proclaiming April to be Confederate Heritage Month.
Jordan Klepper reveals the real reason Hillary Clinton has been evading the debate stage.
Larry prepares to embarrass himself on national television as March Badness heats up.
Roy Wood Jr. and Hasahn Minhaj decide whether McRibs or weird smells are worse.
Larry lists a few of the potentially humiliating dares in his March Badness bracket.
Author Joe Nocera sheds light on the NCAA's treatment of college athletes in his book "Indentured."
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.