Main story: Congressional fundraising with special appearance by Rep. Steve Israel; plus, the Nuclear Security Summit; Yankee Stadium elitist seating; And Now: Did You Know CNBC's Joe Kernen has a Personal Trainer.
Main story: Lead poisoning, including a visit to Sesame Street; plus, Vladimir Putin's annual call-in show; Parliament dust-up involving prime minister David Cameron; Turkish president Erdogan's thin skin.
Main story: 9-1-1, with special appearances by Wendi McLendon-Covey and Rob Riggle; plus, the Week in Trump; Queen Elizabeth II caught on camera; Budweiser name change; and People Who Somehow Got Elected: Maine Gov. Paul LePage.
Main story: primaries and caucuses; plus, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov's lost cat; violence in Venezuela; Canada's prime minister in 'Elbowgate'; And Now: John McLaughlin Angrily Introduces Discussion Topics.
Main story: United Kingdom Brexit vote featuring a special musical performance; plus, gun control and the NRA; And Now: "60 Minutes Anchors are Still Prompting People to Deliver the Exact Soundbite They Need."
Main story: the current state of journalism with special appearances by Mahershala Ali, Dylan Baker, Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Brian Doyle-Murray, Suzanne Savoy, Jason Sudeikis and Mourn Zolfaghari; plus, the 2016 Olympics.
Main story: the dangers of high-interest, sub-prime auto loans, with special appearances by Keegan-Michael Key and Bob Balaban; plus, a review of the 2016 Presidential Election; the American Petroleum Institute's PR campaign.
Main story: America's crumbling infrastructure; plus, the murder of Boris Nemtsov; net neutrality; an apology to rats. Guests: Edward Norton, Steve Buscemi, Vincent D'Onofrio, Josh Lucas, Campbell Scott, Hope Davis, Dan Hedaya.
Main story: Voting rights for U.S. territories; plus, Ferguson Report; Israel's elections; Fanta ad misfire. How is This Still a Thing: Daylight Savings Time; tobacco update, including an appearance by Jeff the Diseased Lung.
Main story: Municipal violations; plus, Benjamin Netanyahu's flip-flop following Israel's elections; Starbucks 'Race Together' campaign; New Hampshire legislature's response to a bill brought by 4th graders.
Main story: Government surveillance and the Patriot Act reauthorization featuring an interview with Edward Snowden in Russia; plus, Iran nuclear talks; Nigeria's new leader; President Obama & South Dakota.
Main story: The IRS with a special performance by Michael Bolton; plus, Hillary Clinton's presidential plans; U.K. elections; Cuba; and 'Excruciatingly Awkward Silences Caused by Technical Difficulties.'
Main story: Patent trolls; plus, Vladimir Putin's Q&A session; Oklahoma shooting; Earth Day and the threat facing the private parts of male polar bears; "The Most Patient Man on Television Endures the American Public," a 'Last Week' doomsday video.
Main story: Fashion; plus, the Kardashians and the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide; New Zealand's pony-tail-pulling Prime Minister John Key; Dr. Oz quackery; 'Political Figures Interviewing Themselves.'
Main story: Mother's Day & maternity leave; plus, U.K. election results; Cambodia's prime minister reacts to the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight; Russia celebrates the 70th anniversary of VE day; The Continuing Adventures of the Most Patient Man on Television.
Main story: FIFA scandal; plus, Cuba; Nebraska's repeal of the death penalty; Ireland oks gay marriage; 'Newscasters Finding the Fact They Don't Know Words Hilarious'; Bernie Sanders Asks Interviewers questions; Nazi imagery in Thailand.
Main story: The Internet and revenge porn; plus, Charleston shooting and the Confederate flag; Russia's Patriot Park; first woman on 10 dollar bill; And Now: 'C-Span Callers Suggest Women for the 10 dollar bill.'
Main story: LGBT discrimination; plus, North Korea/South Korea tensions; Putin's war on food; Greek President's resignation; 'And Now: Another Check-In with the Most Patient Man on Television;' update on televangelism.
Main story: Daily fantasy sports with guests Seth Rogen, Kathryn Hahn, Martin Starr, Jerrod Carmichael, Adam Pally, Mike Birbiglia; plus, Paris terror attacks; Singles Day in China; India's claim to Britain's Koh-i-Noor diamond.
One of the most unique and visible comedic voices on television, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee is breaking up late-night's all-male sausage fest. This show, from the longtime Daily Show correspondent, features Samantha's nuanced view of political and cultural issues, her sharp interview skills and her repartee with world leaders.
Tumble down the social media wormhole with everyone's favorite nerd, Chris Hardwick, as he leads a daily, late-night competition to determine which top comedian has the funniest take on the day's tweets, vines and pop culture posts.
America's Funniest Home Videos is hosted by Emmy Award-winner Tom Bergeron. From practical jokes to home improvement plans gone awry, to animal mishaps and just flat-out strange behavior, this hilarious show pulls out all the stops to present everyday people caught on tape in their most embarrassing moments!
From the imaginative mind of Bryan Fuller (Heroes, Pushing Daisies), and the artful direction of David Slade (Twilight: Eclipse, 30 Days of Night), comes a one-hour drama series exploring the early relationship of Thomas Harris' famous characters—psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter and his patient, gifted FBI criminal profiler Will Graham. This stylized thriller tells an origin story of masterful manipulation.
Stand-up star Dane Cook and three fellow comics--Jay Davis, Robert 'Bobby' Kelly and Gary Gulman--set out on a customized bus from Burbank, CA (destination: Boston, MA) on a 30-day, 20-gig, sold-out 'Tourgasm' of America.