John Oliver discusses Trump vs. the World and leadership scandals in South Africa, Australia and Israel.
Topics such as Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump Jr in India, as well as the Italian elections.
NRA Tv and the week in the White House chaos.
Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies, and International Women's Day.
The Russian spy poisoning case and Mike Pence's bunny book.
America's dysfunctional immigration court system forces many children to appear in court alone.
Crisis pregnancy centers; plus, embattled EPA chief Scott Pruitt
James Comey interview plus the Michael Cohen raid.
Trump and the Iranian Nuclear Deal; plus, Michael Cohen.
Rudy Giuliani; plus, West Virginia Senatorial candidate Don Blankenship
John Oliver discusses the devastating economic crisis in Venezuela.
The addiction treatment industry is dangerously unregulated; plus, coverage of the Royal Wedding.
Russian journalist's staged death; plus, North Korea summit.
Stupid Watergate update; plus, Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte.
Senator Chuck Schumer is caught in an endless Graduation-Speech time loop.
Mexican elections; plus, Trump's flip-flop on separating illegal immigrant families.
Scientists are developing new ways to alter the genetic code of living organisms.
Workplace sexual harassment, including an interview with Anita Hill.
Prosecutors; plus, Paul Manafort trial.
Saudi Arabia and Canada's feud; Lithuania's new tourism slogan hits the spot.
Donald Trump is waging a trade war that will hurt many American workers; Australia's ''final solution'' to the immigration problem.
Many people with felony convictions are unfairly prohibited from voting, especially in Florida.
Facebook's global expansion has been linked to political turmoil overseas.
The Senate Judiciary Committee testimony by Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Brazil is about to elect a new president during a turbulent period of political corruption and economic uncertainty.
Saudi Arabia and the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi; plus, campaign ads for midterm elections.
State AGs have become major partisan players in national politics, so the races to elect them are worth your attention.
The disturbing policy that separated families detained at the southern border, and the disturbingly real chance that it could happen again.
Washington is looking awfully swampy, despite Trump's promise to ''drain the swamp.