The host of political comedy show "Patriot Act" previously recorded an episode breaking down the confusing issue of the rising student loan crisis in the U.S.
Comedian Hasan Minhaj demanded action on the student debt crisis from the House Financial Services Committee.
The "Patriot Act" host explained the "development crunch," an exploitative cycle that runs rampant across the video game industry.
The "Patriot Act" host traded embarrassing parents stories with Jimmy Fallon and recounted a hilarious high school moment he shared with his dad.
The "Patriot Act" host also gave the soon-to-be NBC host some advice on late night comedy from his former boss Jon Stewart.
The "Patriot Act" host drew attention to the many places in the U.S. with federally recognized, racially offensive names.
We didn't even know you could do that.
The comedian shared an old sketch from his group Goatface after artist Lil Nas X announced a collaboration with the denim manufacturer.
The "Patriot Act" host once showed Ellen DeGeneres how to pronounce his own name. So he's fit for the task.
Asian collective Gold House released its annual "A100" at the start of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
“This is a very powerful room, and I know there’s a lot of very powerful people here," the comedian said before alluding to Kushner's ties to MBS.
The comedian and "Patriot Act" star was named one of the 100 most influential people by the magazine.
The "Patriot Act" host did a Q&A with the popular Facebook group "Subtle Curry Traits."
"I'm going to do the best I can to not poke anymore."
“We got Saudi Arabia to issue its very own Muslim ban,” the "Patriot Act" host said after Netflix bowed to the country's demand to remove a previous episode.
The kingdom's decision to ban an episode of Minhaj's Netflix show comes after months of Saudi attacks on the first Muslim U.S. congresswomen.
The episode criticized Saudi leaders for their role in Yemen and the death of Jamal Khashoggi.