John talks about the Indian election, Pom Wonderful and talks with the former NSA Director General Keith Alexander.
A comedic review of the week's political news hosted by John Oliver. Featuring a look at the latest in the fallout between Russia and Ukraine and a segment on people falling asleep behind politicians.
John talks about Eurovision, Ukraine and Russia's relations and interviews Bill Nye about Climate Change.
John talks about the product recall going on at General Motors, the EU Court of Justice "Right to be Forgotten" ruling and updates us on how the Indian election is going with help from Fareed Zakaria.
John talks about the rise of the far-right political parties in Europe, the Ukrainian election, Afghanistan, Net Neutrality, Australia's hard-line right-wing Prime Minister Tony Abbott and the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
John covers China's obsession with the show Friends and erasing Tiananmen Square; the corruption and abuses of FIFA; quickly covers Tim Matthew's name-dropping; and mocks Syria's "President" Assad's musical tastes.
John talks about US Immigration and interviews Professor Stephen Hawking.
John discusses the last 26 royal families. John teaches Dr. Oz how not to make misleading medical claims and also points out how lobbying has weakened FDA's regulatory zeal. In a short segment politicians tell us what they are not.
John hosts an interview with Ugandan LGBT activist Pepe Julian Onziema.
John talks about modern American income inequality, Warren G. Harding's love letters and President Obama's "Day In The Life" tour.
John talks about the Gaza crisis, the decay of American prisons and the gambling addiction problem in Singapore.
John talks about human rights violations in the Middle East, nuclear disarmament and Russia's science satellite that lost communication.
John talks about Uganda's anti-gay laws, the CIA's recent report on their use of torture, the New York Port Authority, Argentina's default on debt and native advertising.
John talks about the return of US military actions in Iraq, replacing all passwords due to a global security breach and an exploration of the Payday Loan industry.
John talks about the conflict in Ferguson, MO and the wage gap between the genders.
John Oliver covers the growing student debt and the horrific practices of for-profit colleges that make up the bulk. Two shorts point out how often interview subjects mimic the words of 60 minutes correspondents. John delivers a eulogy for the sex geckos.
John talks about the NFL's decision on Ray Rice's contract, the international response to ISIS, Scotland's separation from the United Kingdom and Twitter hashtags that are being misused by corporations.
The Miss America Pageant... how is this still a thing?
They claim to give more scholarships to women than any other organization, and, unfortunately, they're right.
To illustrate these problems, John Oliver stages his own pageant with the help of Kathy Griffin.
The United States has launched a huge number of drone strikes under President Obama. It's widely accepted and extremely terrifying.
Narendra Modi, the Prime Minster of India visited New York and did some classic New York things.
Also, some weird, inexplicable things.
Did you know police can just take your stuff if they suspect it's involved in a crime? They can!
It's a shady process called "civil asset forfeiture", and it would make for a weird episode of Law and Order.
Translators who have aided the U.S. Military in Afghanistan and Iraq are in great danger in their home countries, but red tape is making it impossible for many of them to leave. John Oliver interviews Mohammad, one translator who made it out.
Cameras aren't allowed in the Supreme Court, so most coverage of our most important cases looks like garbage. We fixed that problem with real animals and fake paws.
John Oliver talks about a Russian submarine in Sweden, Ebola in New York, added sugar in food, Rob Ford's brother, and interviews Jane Goodall.
While midterm coverage is largely focused on the parts of Congress that do very little, vital (and bizarre) midterm elections are going unexamined. State legislators pass a lot of bills, and some of that efficiency is thanks to a group called ALEC that writes legislation for them. It's as shady as it sounds!.
The Lottery: State lotteries claim to be good for education and the general wellbeing of citizens.
But are they? (Spoiler alert: No.)
Salmon Canon: There is a cannon that shoots salmon over dams.
It's awesome. Check it out.