The G20 Summit hosts a covert spy amongst its world leaders, and Microsoft discontinues the Zune.
Even the rich and famous have kinky fetishes, so the comics guess what some A-listers are into.
Desi Lydic rates the truthfulness of statements made during a Republican presidential debate.
Steve receives a call from a young man with a very long list of shout-outs.
A baseball game turns violent, and President Obama faces harsh questioning on "60 Minutes."
Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his film "Winter on Fire," which chronicles a 93-day protest in Ukraine.
The comedians imagine what Vladimir Putin put on his birthday list this year.
Tensions mount between Russia and the U.S. over Vladimir Putin's bombing campaign in Syria.
Russia's bombing campaign in Syria calls for a display of manhood from President Obama.
The panelists ponder Vladimir Putin's motivations for unilaterally bombing rebel forces in Syria.
The Best F#@king News Team Ever revels in everyone's favorite autumnal treat.
Diplomatic talks between President Obama and Vladimir Putin devolve into petty one-upmanship.
Wolf Blitzer tries (and fails) to read the icy body language of President Obama and Vladimir Putin.
The panelists raise a glass to Vladimir Putin and President Obama's tense dinner.
The comics reveal which websites infect their users and offer advance buzz on the iPhone 8.
The comics learn about Vladimir Putin's undersea adventure and check out the TSA's Instagram.
Jon shares the details of the alleged secret meeting he had with President Obama in the White House.
Governor Bobby Jindal joins the already-crowded pool of Republican presidential candidates.
The panelists ponder which Clinton they'd turn to in the event of an emergency.
Trevor Noah examines the international tensions underlying the Chess Olympiad.