Jim recaps the alt-right's Unite the Right 2 rally, unpacks Donald Trump's chaotic presidency and responds to suggestions that he should stop talking about politics.
Jim explores the debate over 3D-printed guns, breaks down the TSA's plans to relax airport security and sits down with Representative Barbara Lee.
Jim breaks down the consequences of controversial tweets from the past, questions why Americans are so unhappy and explores the growing movement to end circumcision.
Jim explores reports of Amazon's questionable workplace conditions, breaks down America's love of billionaires and unravels the backlash against comic diversity at Comic-Con.
Jim questions America's obsession with greatness, tackles toxic masculinity, chats with the king of curmudgeon comedians, Bill Burr, and gives his thoughts on FIFA's protest over TV cameras ogling the female spectators.
Jim questions the wisdom of having a Supreme Court, examines Scott Pruitt’s environmentally destructive last act as EPA chief and investigates the state of Irish drinking.
Jim slams President Trump's immigration policies, talks with a former social worker who's seen their effects and explains why Russia is an inhospitable World Cup host.
Jim examines the president's penchant for picking fights with U.S. allies, sits down with controversial lecturer Jordan Peterson and talks free speech with Sarah Silverman.
Jim questions the public demand for insincere apologies, meets a scientist at the forefront of sex robot technology, and weights the pros and cons of gene editing.
Jim breaks down a recent wave of racial profiling incidents, chats with comedian W. Kamau Bell about being profiled and looks at how bogus support animals undermine real ones.
Jim explains why torture is simply wrong, seeks answers about the British Royal family and looks for a middle ground between helicopter parenting and neglect.
Jim looks at all the ways the NFL mistreats its cheerleaders, chats with Carol Burnett about the state of comedy and refutes conservative hysteria over asylum-seekers.
Jim has questions about the seemingly positive developments out of North Korea and South Korea, examines the toxic culture of "incels" and checks in with his weatherman.
Jim proposes a test for curbing overpopulation, heads across the pond to challenge Ireland's draconian abortion laws and meets a teacher with controversial views on slavery.
Jim makes the case for decriminalizing sex work, discusses press freedom with White House reporters and looks at the Trump administration's efforts to modify the census.
Jim looks at GOP attempts to ignore the gun debate, attends a March For Our Lives rally and explains why teens are so successful at advocating for gun control.