Ex-WWE superstar Virgil goes to the mat against Ricky Velez, the world's most offensive wrestler.
Nathan learns a surprising fact about his old friend Brian Wolfe.
A stoned hacker compromises the personal email account of CIA Director John Brennan.
An unsettling YouTube video sends Daniel on a mission to find its creator.
Republicans grill Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards in a nasty display of political theater.
The panelists investigate the stories behind forgotten MySpace and Friendster posts.
Political aide Carlos Jordanson puts a fun, folksy spin on Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
Hillary Clinton takes heat for using her private email account for official government business.
Mike Yard investigates a possible conspiracy involving free Internet access and the Illuminati.
Mike Yard assesses America's progress toward eradicating racial injustice.
Little has changed in Ferguson, Mo., since the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
NFL investigators accuse Tom Brady of deliberately destroying evidence stored in his cell phone.
The Department of Justice releases another scathing report on the Ferguson Police Department.
Police search for two prison inmates who escaped with the help of an infatuated female accomplice.
The TSA fails to stop 95 percent of weapons and fake bombs in an undercover Homeland Security test.
Several FIFA officials face a 47-count indictment for accepting over $150 million in bribes.
A soccer ball reacts to the FIFA scandal, and a football gets competitive about corruption.
Racist text messages between San Francisco cops throw thousands of arrests into question.
Judith Miller recounts her journalistic experience with Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.
A police officer's bland appearance makes her the perfect undercover cop.