Trevor challenges Hillary Clinton to see how many times she can offend her own Democratic base.
Hillary Clinton faces backlash for mischaracterizing President Reagan's initial response to AIDS.
Sacha Baron Cohen explains how his "Brothers Grimsby" character is a mix of James Bond and Borat.
Mark Normand tells the story of the time he was most desperate for a shower.
Federal agents arrest a reviled price-gouging pharmaceutical CEO for securities fraud.
During a breakup, Sam Morril had time to reflect on the greatness of Magic Johnson.
Donald Trumps proves he's capable of being president -- just not in the U.S.
In honor of Ask a Stupid Question Day, the comics do exactly that.
A young CEO sparks outrage by jacking up the price of a life-saving drug for AIDS patients.
The comics imagine the future plans of a sinister CEO and come up with a new Volkswagen slogan.
The FDA allows gay men to donate blood provided they remain abstinent for an entire year.
The panelists weigh in on an FDA policy against allowing sexually active gay men to donate blood.
Jon Ronson reflects on public shaming and how social media has created a surveillance state.
Journalist Jon Ronson recalls discovering a mysterious Twitter user who co-opted his identity.
Revelers enjoy New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade, but LGBT groups are banned from participating.
"Princeton Mom" Susan Patton disagrees with a group of teens about the values of sex ed.
Trevor Noah joins The Best F#@king News Team Ever and challenges Jon to a game of Spot the Africa.
A local news team shares an awkward moment after an anchor makes a comment about Africa.
Stephen tempers depressing world news with adorable coverage of Prince George's first toddle.
Jim Parsons discusses the movement to combat AIDS, the subject of his movie "The Normal Heart."