In this exclusive, unedited interview, Mindy Kaling shares her experience attending the glamorous, happiness-challenged Met Ball.
The NRA holds its annual convention, Glenn Beck opposes liberal fear mongering, and Christiane Amanpour reports on an emerging humanitarian crisis.
Paper joins the axis of evil, the Best F#@king News Team Ever tracks down a fugitive document, and Eric Greitens lays out his plan to help returning veterans.
Guantanamo goes on hunger strike, Ted Cruz rankles everybody, and Kay Bailey Hutchison identifies Texas' independent roots.
Syria questions America's resolve and line-drawing ability, longtime NBA center Jason Collins comes out as gay, and Robert Downey Jr. dons his "Iron Man 3" promotional suit.
Congress feels the sequester pinch, the Elvis impersonator accused of mailing ricin to government officials is found innocent, and Jon Hamm talks Mad Men's sixth season.
The George W. Bush Presidential Library opens for business, John Oliver concludes his investigation of Australian gun control, and Vali Nasr analyses American foreign policy.
Fox News questions the Constitution, John Hodgman finds an investment alternative to gold, and Bassem Youssef considers the humorlessness of government.
Salman Rushdie recalls the fierce, behind-the-scenes negotiations that brought "Midnight's Children" to the big screen after 30 years.
The Czech Republic ambassador clears the air, CNN covers every moment of the Boston manhunt, and Christina Hendricks considers possible "Mad Men" spinoffs.
The Senate fails once again, John Oliver proves that gun control actually does work, and Mark Mazzetti sheds light on the CIA's secret wars.
CNN goes down speculation road, the United States is accused of torture, and Ricky Gervais brings back his character from "The Office."
An ageless Tom Cruise talks "Oblivion", the Senate proposes a long and arduous "path to citizenship" and Lewis Black takes on poverty in America.
"Crazy" Rand Paul visits Howard University, Aasif Mandvi delves into the complicated financial world of student athletics, and Edie Falco talks theater, The Sopranos and "Nurse ...
Senate Republicans thwart the UN's assault on the Second Amendment, China tunes in, and Ken Burns seeks justice in "The Central Park Five."
Virginia's "Cooch" revives the state's anti-sodomy laws, a Tennessee lawmaker takes on the young and poor, and Jimmy Carter celebrates his defeat of the guinea worm.
David Stockman predicts another economic crash, President Obama's budget proposal satisfies no one and Jessica Williams talks pubic lice with John Waters.
Danny Boyle talks "Trance" and the Queen, Rutgers University fires its basketball coach, CNN evolves goats and the news and the Department of Veterans Affairs needs help.
Congress anonymously supports genetically modified food, Republicans look to re-rebrand, and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg offers suggestions to close the gender gap.