Republicans grill Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards in a nasty display of political theater.
Holly Walker puts a positive spin on the rise in gun owners who shoot themselves in the crotch.
A room full of Republicans cheers after learning that House Speaker John Boehner is stepping down.
The panelists talk about Donald Trump's condescending praise for Carly Fiorina at the GOP debate.
Militant members of the Oath Keepers defend Kim Davis's constitutional right to break the law.
A Kentucky clerk's battle against gay marriage draws dubious comparisons to Martin Luther King, Jr.
The panelists examine the motives behind Kentucky clerk Kim Davis's battle against gay marriage.
Larry explains that the idea of birthright citizenship is ingrained in America's DNA.
The Supreme Court weakens a 50-year-old law aimed at ending discrimination against minority voters.
Jon encourages viewers to take vigilant action against any deception they may encounter.
A toy gun complains about the New York law forcing it to be brightly colored.
The Senate blocks Planned Parenthood's defunding, and debate rages over fetal tissue collection.
New York State strikes a deal with retailers to stop the sale of authentic-looking toy guns.
The comics write alternate birthday songs, since "Happy Birthday to You" is mired in copyright law.
An Arkansas pastor fights for the right to discriminate against the LGBT community.
The panelists talk about the Louisiana shooting and debate the root cause of violence in the U.S.
President Obama moves to expand overtime pay for millions of American workers.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand explains how she finds common ground with her opponents in Congress.
Kirsten Gillibrand discusses family leave and tells Jon whether she's ever punched a fellow senator.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand describes trying to pass a health care bill for 9/11 first responders.