Conservatives turn into political hypochondriacs, and no one is more neurotic than the Woody Allen of Fox News.
Taco Bell fights back against a beef lawsuit, and the Akron Aeros serve the "Nice 2 Meat You" burger.
Jon doesn't know whom he's supposed to interview, so he asks questions that only the real Michael Steele could answer. After the Republican victory in the midterms, Michael Steele feels a little like a coach who took his team to the playoffs and yet was canned afterwards.
Spontaneous pro-Mubarak sentiment erupts from everyday Egyptians trained in the art of whip-based crowd control.
Aasif Mandvi realizes that the protesters outside the Egyptian embassy know nothing about how democracy really works.
Mike Mullen hopes the Egyptian crisis evolves peacefully so that the people end up with the government that they want.
What makes us fat? Try fast food snacks, scoops of Crisco, cheeseburger smoothies and competitive eating.
The news team covers politicians' secret love affairs, cougars on the prowl and the sexy side of the Catholic church.
Anger forecasts for the Middle East, blind consumerism, and politics as usual the frustration is about to boil over
Jon and the correspondents cover sloth, electric scooters and sleeping through breakups in this lazy mash-up.
Financial excesses, dogs with multi-million dollar inheritances and regulatory dirty talk -- it's greed in every form.
Journalists in Egypt face a daunting case of freedom herpes after Hosni Mubarak steps down.
Aasif Mandvi describes the 48 hours of pure joy when Egyptians were kissing reporters.
Following Egypt's liberation, Wyatt Cenac covers the American reaction, Sam Bee reports from al Qaeda's headquarters, and Jason Jones is inside Glenn Beck's brain.
Go to hell if you want to call Glenn Beck crazy.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stands with Egypt on the 32nd anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution.
Prominent Republicans gather to roast Barack Obama at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Both parties agree that the only way to balance the budget is to cut programs that affect people who vote for Democrats.
Brian Williams noticed that, as he headed for Cairo to cover the Egyptian protests, Jon went on vacation.
Venice sinks under the weight of Silvio Berlusconi's giant balls as he faces statutory rape charges.
Aasif Mandvi hopes to change America's perceptions of Muslims by starring in the Qu'osby Show.
Ed Gillespie doesn't think Reince Priebus will be as quotable as Michael Steele, but he's doing a good job as the new RNC chairman.
The Wisconsin protests against Scott Walker's plan to cut benefits and collective bargaining rights turns into the Bizarro Tea Party.
The American workforce needs a third world makeover if it wants first world corporations to find it attractive.
House Republicans want to cut funding for Planned Parenthood, which is apparently in the abortion business for profit.
Kristen Schaal wants to cut funding for any organization that has anything to do with abortions, including firefighters, the FAA and NASA.
A Wisconsin protester makes John Oliver wonder if it's possible to lose sympathy for such an objectively sympathetic cause.
Anderson Cooper finds it weird that he caused drama in the world of journalism by calling Hosni Mubarak a liar.
Scott Walker gets duped into discussing his plans to trick his Democratic counterparts in the State Senate and plant troublemakers in the crowd of protesters.
Donald Rumsfeld agrees that the Bush administration showed a face of certainty in presenting intelligence in the lead up to the Iraq war.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) A populist uprising is finally about to take Muammar al-Gaddafi down, and America has to share the credit with Osama bin Laden.
MSNBC interrupts its coverage of the Obama administration's historic civil rights decision for gay Americans with breaking news of Lindsay Lohan in court.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Austan Goolsbee says President Obama's budget will get America to live within its means and stabilize the debt.
Wisconsin officials want to clean the capitol building, which smells like hundreds of people have been sleeping there.
Rather than ending tax cuts for the wealthy or closing corporate tax loopholes, Republicans want to get money from teachers.
Teachers are destroying America with their chalk-stained irregular blouses from Loehmann's and Hyundai windshields.
CNN anchors show what's popular on Twitter, run YouTube videos and ask viewers to choose the news.