Hasan Minhaj meets the mysterious reseller at the forefront of the secondary sneaker market.
As the FBI begins a probe into fantasy sports sites, Jordan Klepper fears an end to a beloved hobby.
Bill Clinton discusses long-term economic growth and bringing overseas jobs back to the U.S.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses ways of reducing New York City's income inequality.
Mayor Bill de Blasio shares his framework for equitable redistribution of wealth in New York City.
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President Obama highlights the U.S.'s successes in his State of the Union address.
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Stephen examines the CIA torture debate, and "The Interview" star Seth Rogen visits The Report.
Jordan Klepper describes the giddy atmosphere surrounding the Republicans' midterms victory.
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The e-commerce company Alibaba heads to Wall Street to avoid China's strict market regulations.
Micheal Lewis details how a group of Wall Street heroes challenged stock market manipulation.
"Flash Boys" author Michael Lewis takes a look at the breathtaking complexity of the stock market.
Michael Lewis examines the long-term cost of an opaque financial system.
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