Univision's Jorge Ramos analyzes the Latino community's growing importance in American politics.
Fast food workers demand a livable wage, and the financial news media explains why this will destroy the very foundation of America's democracy.
Pope Francis denounces trickle-down economics as unfair to the poor, but Fox's Stuart Varney respectfully disagrees with the infallible Holy See.
Chris Jansing judges Thomas Roberts's interpretation of "The Sound of Music."
Deranged millionaire John Hodgman describes the dilapidated liberal wasteland New York City will become under Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Corporations pay the nominal price for years of systemic fraud.
Corporations escape full prosecution for financial fraud by paying back a portion of their ill-gotten gains in legal settlements.
Documentarian Jehane Noujaim remembers the heady early days of protest against deposed Egyptian President Mubarak.
NORAD sends fighter squadrons after Father Christmas.
Samantha Bee investigates the shady, totally legal business dealings of a private equity firm called Blackstone.
Fox News warns of a Muslim-y thing that is going to destroy America.
Sarah Palin and Bill O'Reilly rush to Christmas's defense, despite its not being in any way threatened.
Jared Leto discusses his return to acting in "Dallas Buyers Club."