Trevor Noah outlines a strategy for how to avoid getting shot by the police.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel talks about preparing for cyber attacks on U.S. power grids.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel explains how America's power grids are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes responds to GOP presidential candidates who criticize liberal bias in the media.
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson doubles down on some questionable stories about his violent past.
Debate-wary GOP presidential candidates give President Obama a chance to show his comedic side.
GOP presidential hopefuls complain that the moderators were too hard on them during a debate.
Daniel makes waves with his personal tribute to Selena Gomez's "Good For You."
William Mulholland breaks the law in order to build the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
Los Angeles's first judge sets out to tame the Wild West.
Vice President Joe Biden announces that he won't be running for president in 2016.
After the price of newspapers is raised, the newsboys of New York City go on strike.
19th-century political cartoonist Thomas Nast proves that the pen is mightier than the sword.
The comics discover a magical Democratic debate attendee and try to recall who Walter Palmer is.
CNN hypes America's newest reality show, the 2016 Democratic presidential debate.
Larry questions why many Americans perceive Hillary Clinton as untrustworthy and inauthentic.
Machines may be writing news stories, but they'll never capture bias and error the way humans do.
Larry gives a step-by-step analysis of how the media evades the issue of gun control.
The panel weighs in on the media coverage of mass shootings and suggests Second Amendment updates.