Where to Invade Next?

Michael Moore is back with Where to Invade Next: a provocative and hilarious comedy in which Moore will stop at nothing to figure out how to actually make America great again.

White Like Me

Tim Wise looks at the subject of ethnicity in the United States.

What's a Caucus?

With all of the media focus on the Iowa Caucuses, many Americans are scratching their head wondering what the heck one is. A quick overview of Caucuses and how they are different from primaries.

Bill Maher: Supply Side Jesus

In his editorial New Rule, Bill Maher explains how Pope Francis’ recent visit exposed just how little the “Christians” of the far right believe in what Jesus actually said.

From Real Time with Bill Maher

Jeb! Bush: Stuff and Things

Seth examines presidential candidates' responses to calls for gun control after a mass shooting in Roseburg, Oregon.

From Late Night with Seth Meyers

Bill Maher: Rick Santorum

Bill Maher and former Sen. Rick Santorum discuss the Pope's stance on climate change in this clip from August 28, 2015.

Real Time with Bill Maher

Bill Maher: Overtime – August 28, 2015

Bill Maher and his guests – Rick Santorum, Robert Costa, Wendy Davis, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and Michael Weiss – answer viewer questions after the show.

Real Time with Bill Maher

Bill Maher: Planned Parenthood

Bill Maher and his guests – Wendy Davis, Robert Costa and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher – discuss reproductive rights and the fight over Planned Parenthood in this clip from August 28, 2015

From Real Time with Bill Maher

Philly Cop: Buy These Tickets or I Take Your Car

“Either you buy these or I take your car, ‘cause it’s unregistered,” Philadelphia police officer Matthew Zagursky says in the video.

The men in the car caught the shakedown on video, along with the officer dropping some casual homophobic slurs before he let them go.

Officer Zagursky was suspended.

From Vadimxcore

Jamaica Man Banned for Life from Georgia County for Going 40 in a 25 MPH Zone, Get's a Year on Probation and $1,000 Fine

A Georgia man was left confused after a local judge banned him from entering his jurisdiction ever again, because he went 15 miles over the speed limit.

"I didn't commit no murder, I'm not a sex offender, I'm not a criminal," the defendant, Ricardo Riley, told WSB-TV. "I just got a speeding ticket, so I think that's not fair."

Riley appeared before Loganville Municipal Judge Brad Brownlow last month for an October 2013 speeding ticket in Walton County, near metropolitan Atlanta. Riley was cited for going 40 miles an hour in a 25 mph zone, which normally incurs a $250 fine.

"I asked him to lower it," Riley told WSB. "Instead he give me a $1,000 fine, 12-month probation, driving school and he banished me from the county."

According to WSB, state law allows judges to expulse defendants from their jurisdiction under threat of arrest, but the provision is rarely used. Riley, a U.S. permanent resident who is originally from Jamaica, insisted he did not behave inappropriately toward Brownlow before getting the unusually harsh sentence.

For his part, Brownlow refused to discuss Riley's case, citing the "judicial code of ethics."