Bob Woodruff lays out the worst-case scenario for the future of civilization in "Earth 2100."
As long as the American taxpayers are buying companies like GM, is there any way the government could grab a couple businesses that actually make money?
Josh Gad explores exciting investment opportunities in semi-automatic weapons and joins the AR vs. AK debate.
Dick Cheney doesn't recall Richard Clarke warning the White House of an imminent terrorist attack months before 9/11, but he also hasn't read his book.
President Obama delivers a sensitive speech in the Middle East, and it doesn't play well with the extremists at Fox News.
Fox News insinuates, MSNBC hates Rush Limbaugh, and CNN wants to hang out with America at a slumber party.
Peter Schiff believes Americans should return to a basic economy that grows based on savings, not consumer credit.
AIG makes radical changes, Obama drops a cap on the executive salary cap, and the White House appoints Ken Feinberg as pay czar.
Jason Jones meets a journalist, interviews people on the street, and visits an Iranian family to find out why Iran is so evil.
Barack Obama warns that if the American government doesn't fix its health care system, Americans could face a multi-million dollar bailout.
The American media questions whether Obama is doing enough in Iran, while Iran blasts the U.S. and Europe for meddling.
Aasif Mandvi reports from the streets of Tehran where Westerners are causing chaos.
Jason Jones spoke with three alleged threats before the Iranian government arrested them.
Ebrahim Yazdi's son urges Americans to write letters to the Iranian government asking why they are rounding up demonstrators.
Jason Jones plays "Jihad Walking" in Iran and America to find out which country knows more about the other.
As the situation in Iran deteriorates, President Obama decides it's time to ratchet up the rhetoric.
North Korea demands attention by threatening to fire a missile in Hawaii's direction on the 4th of July.
The Obama administration worries that future vice presidents will refuse to testify for fear of being made fun of.
Jason Jones immerses himself in Iran's youth culture by playing football with kids and teaching underground rapper Hichkas about hip hop.
Mark Sanford dips into the Old Testament to justify his decision to stay as governor.
Honduran President Manuel Zelaya is forced out by the military, and the CIA recruits laid-off Wall Street workers for the worst spy job ever.
John Oliver describes the unsustainable derivatives of Bernie Madoff's prison hand job Ponzi scheme.
Now suffering from stage four Balzheimers, Dick Cheney complains about his own Iraq troop withdrawal timeline.
Mike Kim relays the challenges of helping North Koreans escape to safety and freedom in China.