President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
Two corporate coffee cups face off in a battle for the affections of holiday consumers.
The panelists examine the validity of the war on Christmas and ponder a dicey moral dilemma.
Bloomingdale's runs a shocking ad, and Starbucks's holiday cups outrage Christian conservatives.
The panelists give their take on whether Starbucks's holiday cup design is an assault on Christmas.
Ben Carson shows off his ability to debate with his eyes shut, and Marco Rubio trashes philosophers.
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson doubles down on some questionable stories about his violent past.
The comedians launch a war on a man who thinks Starbucks is launching a war on Christmas.
A poll sparks a debate about the shaky relationship between science and religion in America.
The panelists match wits to solve the ancient war between science and religion.
Medieval villagers turns against one of their own after she turns down the Eucharist.
Racial activist Elijah Dickerson sounds off about a string of black church fires in Ferguson, Mo.
The panel weighs in on the media coverage of mass shootings and suggests Second Amendment updates.
Beth believes that she's the vessel for a virgin birth after she has a toilet baby.
Pope Francis tarnishes his "cool pope" image by meeting with controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis.
The panelists try to reconcile Pope Francis's progressive image with his support for Kim Davis.
Ricky Velez asks his fellow New Yorkers for their take on Pope Francis's visit to the Big Apple.
Holly Walker gets swept up in the excitement of Pope Francis's historic visit to the U.S.
Pope Francis touches down in the U.S., and Americans flood the streets for some hot pope action.
The panelists weigh in on Pope Francis's celebrity status among Catholics and nonbelievers alike.