Larry offers Michael Ian Black the opportunity to stop a Donald Trump presidency.
Inspired by endangered koalas, Australian officials hope to cut carp populations using STDs.
The comics reprimand commenters in a bald eagle forum for straying from the bird-driven discussion.
The largest pornography site on the Web turns its attention to endangered species.
The panelists guess what a bald eagle was thinking, after watching it bully Donald Trump.
Mike Yard and Holly Walker offer creative solutions to the scourge of big game hunters.
Jimmy Carter discusses the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and the disheartening state of the world.
Former President Jimmy Carter presents Jon with a gift to ward off Guinea worms.
Congress passes a last-minute budget bill that includes a few unpleasant surprises.
Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate warn that elephants could be extinct in the wild in about a decade.
The U.S. and China sign a historic climate change agreement, but elephant poaching remains an issue.
With global warming threatening several bird species, a new national bird may be needed.
New Yorkers lose the right to pose for photos while touching a tiger.
"A Window on Eternity" author Edward O. Wilson discusses his lifelong fascination with ants.
The Audubon Society's David Yarnold discusses protecting the spotted owl from an invasive species.
Stephen begins his manly celebration of Ernest Hemingway by surrounding himself with dead animals.
There's hope for endangered species, and Stephen Fry is a man of many talents.
The black rhino is on the brink of extinction, but a hunting club has a free-market solution.
OCEARCH founder Chris Fischer explains why the ocean needs lots of sharks.
Jessica Williams investigates the precipitous decline of the pubic lice population.