The panelists discuss Hillary Clinton's edge over Bernie Sanders among black Democratic voters.
Donald Trump wins New Hampshire's GOP primary, and Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina quit the race.
Desi Lydic rates the truthfulness of statements made during a Republican presidential debate.
The panelists invent chapter titles for weird books exploring different occupations.
Roy Wood Jr. joins in on the festivities at the Justice or Else rally in Washington, D.C.
Katie Couric asks Carly Fiorina about her failure to register a domain name for her campaign.
The mysterious death of Freddie Gray draws attention to a history of police brutality in Baltimore.
Following civil unrest, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declares a state of emergency.
Eric Greitens shares his wisdom for overcoming hardship in his book "Resilience."
Eric Greitens discusses his book "Resilience: Hard-Won Wisdom for Living a Better Life."
Abbi and Ilana chase a purse snatcher to an unlikely location.
The panelists examine the racial implications of Rudy Giuliani's statements against President Obama.
Senator Marco Rubio explains how raising the minimum wage would cause technology to replace workers.
Sen. Marco Rubio reflects on the political frustrations that drive people to join the Tea Party.
Mitch McConnell brags about the Republican Senate's accomplishments after mere days in power.
Sweden's eight-party system inspires Jordan Klepper to construct an alternative U.S. government.
ISIS's young Western recruits have difficulty adjusting to the lifestyle of the extremist group.
Jordan Klepper describes the giddy atmosphere surrounding the Republicans' midterms victory.
Jessica Williams reports on the condition of Kansas Governor Sam Brownback's conservative utopia.
Eric Cantor's new job does little to ease concerns about the ties between government and business.