Academy Award-winning actor Geoffrey Rush discusses the challenges of filming a Nazi movie in Germany
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele help Jessica Williams, Jason Jones and Aasif Mandvi adjudicate race-sensitive issues of the day.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele discuss their improv background and performing their anger translator bit in front of President Obama.
Doris Kearns Goodwin sheds light on the hot-and-cold relationship between Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft, and remembers a golden age of journalism.
In the wake of a Colorado recall election, Jason Jones tries motivating unmotivated, reasonable people to vote.
Jay-Z faces pressure to end his partnership with Barneys over racial profiling, but Larry Wilmore sees selling out as a sign of progress.
Sir Patrick Stewart addresses a controversy surrounding an Internet photo of him in full lobster garb, and talks "Waiting for Godot" and "No Man's Land."
Football culture face criticism following accusations of locker room bullying, so the Best F@#king News Team Ever stages a workplace intervention
"Finding the Dragon Lady" author Monique Brinson Demery explains how she tracked down Madame Nhu, the deposed first lady of Vietnam
President Obama qualifies his formerly definitive statements regarding the Affordable Care Act, and his opponents lie like motherf**kers about its effects.
The news networks are there to let you know that whether you look at an issue from the right or from the left, those are the only two ways you can look at it.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz weighs in on Obamacare's launch and the missed opportunity for Democrats.
"Parks & Recreation" star Nick Offerman shares his love of woodworking and remembers an ill-fated Budweiser audition.
Charles Krauthammer recounts the great victories of liberalism and argues Ted Cruz is not the official voice of American conservatism.
Aasif Mandvi investigates non-racist fallout from the Supreme Court's destruction of the Voting Rights Act.
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