Marley Dias discusses her effort to bring more diversity to her fifth-grade reading class.
The comedians answer questions about awkward song parodies performed by teachers.
Mike Yard and Rory Albanese go head to head in a mindless debate about Black History Month.
Lilly Singh talks about touring the world for her YouTube documentary "A Trip to Unicorn Island."
The contestants give superlatives to students based on their bad yearbook photos.
The water crisis in Flint, MI, emerges as a case study in government incompetence and neglect.
Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
Six Arizona teenagers gather for a photo while wearing T-shirts that spell out a racial slur.
Donald Trumps tries to quote the Bible in a speech to evangelical students at Liberty University.
The great state of Texas welcomes Syrian refugees with gun-toting, Islamophobic arms.
The contestants write snarky yearbook messages to a strangely familiar graduating class.
"Creed" director Ryan Coogler explains why he wanted to contribute to the "Rocky" franchise.
Director Ryan Coogler talks about making the movie "Creed" as a tribute to his ailing father.
The Best F#@king News Team revisits 2015's biggest stories and viral videos.
Michelle Obama raps about the importance of college, bringing a right-wing nightmare to life.
A racially charged case before the Supreme Court could seal the fate of affirmative action.
A mass shooting in California leads to a spike in gun sales and shooting range visits.
Extreme air pollution in China poses a major health threat, but Mike Yard finds a silver lining.
Ramon Rivas has a fraught relationship with his niece.
The comedians share Hillary Clinton's newest campaign logos and serve up high school lunches.