Pope Francis calls for the Catholic Church to apologize for its mistreatment of the LGBT community.
Pope Francis asks Christians to apologize for oppressing the LGBT community.
The comedians add to Donald Trump's arsenal of awful nicknames for political figures.
Bernie Sanders lays out his proposal for curbing rampant white-collar crime in the banking industry.
The comics present Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland with pressing social media court cases.
"Love, Loss, and What We Ate" author Padma Lakshmi chats about her journey from model to foodie.
Padma Lakshmi explains why she wrote "Love, Loss, and What We Ate" from a feminist perspective.
Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about mitigating racial bias in the New York City Police Department.
Pope Francis shows a willingness to approve contraception as a means of fighting the Zika virus.
The comedians pitch concepts for the pope's next big acting gig.
The panelists recognize the year's biggest names, including Pope Francis and Bernie Sanders.
The comedians play hype man to hip-hop acts like Pope Francis and Jeb Bush.
Unable to rally, environmentalists use stand-ins to call world leaders to action on climate change.
Pope Francis tarnishes his "cool pope" image by meeting with controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis.
The panelists try to reconcile Pope Francis's progressive image with his support for Kim Davis.
The comics defend the existence of the massive Global XRS 7200 mobile home to God.
Diplomatic talks between President Obama and Vladimir Putin devolve into petty one-upmanship.
Hasan Minhaj catches up with the enthusiastic crowds at Pope Francis's Philadelphia mass.
The comics check out a pint-sized pope and list hipster trends that have nasty side effects.
A young CEO sparks outrage by jacking up the price of a life-saving drug for AIDS patients.