"Love" star Gillian Jacobs explains why she prefers working on a Netflix series to an NBC show.
Jessica Williams looks to the future to find a levitating hoverboard.
The comics list #NewSpaceFacts, #BadInventions and ways to #MakeBaseballExciting.
Tags: hashtag wars, ken jeong, suzy nakamura, dave foley, birthdays, neil degrasse tyson, science, space, nerd alert, sex, alexi wasser, tom lenk, kurt braunohler, inventions, ethan embry, eli roth, brandon johnson, sports, baseball, mlb, sexism, randy liedtke, natasha morales, paul f. tompkins, blue collar, the south, stereotypes, racism, exclusives
Texas police arrest an inventive Muslim teenager, drawing accusations of Islamophobic bigotry.
Evan Young gives the graduation speech that his school vetoed due to content about his sexuality.
Tags: evan young, teens, school, speeches, growing up, education, lgbt, discrimination, internet, stephen colbert, controversies, exclusives, dreams, family, inventions, junk food, cheating, dating, friends, graduation
Christopher Titus believes that the human species need a major tune-up.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz describes the energy revolution that is taking place in the U.S.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, ernest moniz, government, iran, nuclear, energy, oil, economy, alternative energy, gasoline, driving, cars/trucks, technology, inventions, elon musk, new york city, history, new jersey, chris christie, corruption
Jordan Klepper builds a robot and helps it explore its spirituality.
Tags: jordan klepper, on location, religion, christian, jewish, fashion, video games, hipsters, rock n' roll, technology, phones, internet, robots, insults, jesus, future, nerd alert, inventions, slavery, bible, islamic, scientology, man on the street, circumcision, costumes
Fareed Zakaria argues that liberal arts education has a valuable place alongside technical fields.
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