Hillary Clinton shines a snarky spotlight on the past bankruptcies of Donald Trump.
The Girl Scouts of the USA suffers an alarming cookie debt, thanks to parents who refuse to pay up.
Donald Trump helps Chris Christie pay off the debt from his failed presidential run.
The comedians suggest ways that Hillary Clinton can pander to New York City voters.
The comedians give financial advice to anxious second graders.
The panelists list what's left of Gary Busey's valuables.
Notably good-looking Justin Trudeau is elected Canadian prime minister.
The comics ease Alabama's debt, watch a never-ending escalator ride and deliver anti-headline news.
Republicans call for a better nuclear deal with Iran without actually providing any specific terms.
Donald Trump upsets fellow Republicans by stating that former POW John McCain isn't a war hero.
Nate Bargatze didn't have much trouble paying off his student loan.
A cheating scandal in Atlanta schools bears a striking resemblance to the 2008 financial crisis.
The comics list #CollegeMovies, #5WordMoneyProblems and #Bandwiches and then #AddBlartImproveAMovie.
The comics rewrite famous film titles for a collegiate audience.
Two influential billionaires question the value of a university education.
The panelists discuss rising tuition costs and the degree to which education affects job earnings.
Senator Elizabeth Warren explains how the federal government profits from the student debt crisis.
Senator Elizabeth Warren shares how clever accounting has downplayed the scope of U.S. student debt.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel wins re-election despite the city's inordinate deficit and crime.
Karl finds a professional thespian to pretend to be Adam's new friend, Dick Blownoff.