The comedians reveal the hidden meaning behind what teens are texting.
The comics witness an awkward arrest and tell wizardly dad jokes.
Mike Yard and Rory Albanese go head to head in a mindless debate about Black History Month.
The Best F#@king News Team asks journalists at the New Hampshire primary the tough questions.
After the Iowa caucuses, Ben Carson and Donald Trump accuse Ted Cruz of playing dirty politics.
Hannibal Buress explains how he prepared for his Netflix stand-up special "Comedy Camisado."
Trevor suggests a way to keep the media accountable for their bad election predictions.
Political reporter Ryan Lizza talks about his Donald Trump cover article for The New Yorker.
New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza examines the surreal experience of attending a Donald Trump rally.
The contestants come up with articles that would be published in issues of weird magazines.
The comedians launch an in-depth investigation into a California bull semen heist.
The panelists write articles for dogs with an affinity for good journalism.
Newscasters inadvertently get personal during an East Coast blizzard.
The comedians guess what unfortunate events are about to befall unsuspecting reporters.
A supposedly enlightened chapter of the KKK attempts to fill its ranks with minority members.
Sean Penn defends his controversial interview with El Chapo, prompting an intervention from Larry.
Bernie Sanders's soaring poll numbers could pose a threat to Hillary Clinton's White House bid.
The panelists discuss President Obama's performance at home and abroad during his terms in office.
A "Today Show" correspondent finds a new way to measure the $1.3 billion Powerball jackpot.
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.