Donald Trump (Bob DiBuono) doubles down on his defense of waterboarding.
The panelists discuss the apparent popularity of waterboarding among Donald Trump's supporters.
The comedians get a crowd fired up to see Ludacris perform at Guantanamo Bay.
The Supreme Court remains stalled, and Maria Bamford holds out hope for a hapless little girl.
A Massachusetts man gets a new penis, and the CIA erases its copy of the Senate report on torture.
Ted Cruz attacks Donald Trump for his endorsement from convicted rapist Mike Tyson.
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump respond to bombings in Brussels with extremist stances on terrorism.
Larry chats with a group of black voters who plan to cast their ballots for Donald Trump in 2016.
Not even government torture can get Siri to give up information from an iPhone.
Donald Trump lashes out at Ted Cruz for not being extremist on waterboarding and torture.
Donald Trump wins the eighth GOP primary debate after doubling down on his support for torture.
A proposed law threatens abortion rights, and Chicago doles out reparations for police torture.
Producer Brian Grazer remembers discussing his hairstyling technique with Fidel Castro in Cuba.
Producer Brian Grazer discusses his book "A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life."
The panelists talk police accountability in the age of smartphones and the use of the word "thug."
Holgado teaches Cuba a painful lesson.
Shaquille O'Neal gives Justin Bieber some heartfelt advice.
Former orca trainer and activist John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."
Bassem Youssef comments on the state of the Middle East and explains the history behind the crises.
"Red Notice" author Bill Browder shares the sad events that led him to introduce the Magnitsky Act.