The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning programme that looks at the day's top headlines through a sharp, reality-based lens.
Sen. Joe Manchin deals a blow to climate change policy, Dulcé Sloan tries to make New Yorkers late for work, and the WNBA's Terri Jackson discusses Russia's detainment of Brittney Griner.
The Secret Service deletes texts from January 6, 2021, Kevin Matthew Kelp (Michael Kosta) cracks a fruit conspiracy, and NASA's Gregory Robinson discusses the James Webb Space Telescope.
The House passes a sweeping marriage equality bill, Dulcé Sloan examines gender stereotypes in children's books, and comedian Jenny Slate discusses her film "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On".
President Biden tests positive for COVID-19, the January 6 hearings appear to spell trouble for Donald Trump, and artist Blitz Bazawule discusses his novel "The Scent of Burnt Flowers”.
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The monkeypox virus officially becomes a global health emergency, Trevor dives into revelations from the eighth January 6 hearing, and Daniel Kaluuya discusses his role in the movie "Nope".
Pope Francis apologises for Catholic abuse of Indigenous people, Molly Burke discusses her advocacy for the disabled community, and actor Brian Cox talks about his role on "Succession".
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's planned trip to Taiwan angers China, Ronny Chieng examines the Move Oregon's Border movement, and Rafael A. Mangual discusses his book "Criminal (In)Justice".
America's slowing economy sparks a recession debate, Sen. Joe Manchin reaches an agreement with his fellow Democrats on a climate bill, and Leila Mottley discusses her novel "Nightcrawling".
President Biden plans to close border wall gaps, Roy Wood Jr. explores the Black origins of house music, and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg discusses U.S. infrastructure challenges.
Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan visit rankles China, civil rights lawyer Alec Karakatsanis discusses his book "Usual Cruelty", and comedian Ms. Pat talks about her series "The Ms. Pat Show".
Kansas voters protect abortion rights, America's student debt crisis is putting the squeeze on elderly borrowers, and Ryuji Chua discusses his documentary "How Conscious Can a Fish Be?"
Scientists reanimate cells from dead pigs, Michael Kosta hosts another trivia game in Times Square, and actor Amandla Stenberg discusses her horror comedy film "Bodies Bodies Bodies".
The Senate passes a historic climate and health bill, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott discusses "America, a Redemption Story", and Nathalie Emmanuel talks about her role in "The Invitation".
The FBI raids Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, Trevor gets help from his audience on how to avoid being cancelled online, and actor Idris Elba discusses his movie "Beast".
Donald Trump invokes the Fifth Amendment during a deposition in New York, Jordan Klepper visits a Trump rally in Wisconsin, and director Akin Omotoso discusses his movie "Rise”.
Donald Trump reportedly fears an FBI rat in his inner circle, Ronny Chieng asks provocative questions at the beach, and actor Abbi Jacobson talks about her series "A League of Their Own”.