Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas explains how his country became a leader in technology.
Trevor stands with Brussels and Ankara, Turkey, as the cities grapple with terrorist bombings.
Ronny Chieng visits a shared religious space that will house a church, a synagogue and a mosque.
"Chi-Raq" star Nick Cannon discusses the controversial lyrics in the film's theme, "Pray 4 My City."
Director Spike Lee talks about systemic violence and his films "Chi-Raq" and "Do the Right Thing."
"Chi-Raq" director Spike Lee explores an unconventional technique for ending violence in Chicago.
Trevor recognizes the goodwill that followed deadly ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
aDavid Holbrooke talks about growing up with his ambassador dad Richard Holbrooke in "The Diplomat."
David Holbrooke details the life of his father, ambassador Richard Holbrooke, in "The Diplomat."
As his presidency nears its end, Barack Obama discusses the U.S.'s position in the Middle East.
Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai describes meeting with world leaders to promote peace and education.
Religious scholar Reza Aslan reflects on religion as a social construct.
"Zealot" author Reza Aslan discusses how religion can be a statement of identity.
Congress supports far-reaching executive action, but only for violent rather than peaceful purposes.
Andrea Tantaros responds to President Obama's commentary about Christian kindness.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali proposes ways to combat extremists by reforming Islam in her book "Heretic."
Common compares racism in the U.S. to dating someone with baggage.
"Run All Night" star Common reflects on the state of racism in the U.S.
Larry poses questions about bigotry, peace in the Middle East and Oprah Winfrey's wrath.
Larry challenges the panelists to reveal which traits they'd prefer in a genetically modified baby.