Desi Lydic fact-checks some of the speeches from the Republican National Convention.
Rosie O'Donnell narrates the illustrious history of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
Roy Wood Jr. examines the special interests groups fueling the Army Corps of Engineers.
The panelists weigh in on a Senate bill that would force women to sign up for the Selective Service.
Miss USA Deshauna Barber explains why she wants to bring attention to veterans with PTSD.
Nightly Show staffers share their experiences as veterans seeking timely health care from the VA.
A Massachusetts man gets a new penis, and the CIA erases its copy of the Senate report on torture.
Holly Walker reports on Congress's inquiry into the Pentagon's treatment of sex crime allegations.
The panelists examine a controversy surrounding a group of black female cadets at West Point.
Black cadets at West Point spark outrage after posing with raised fists in a pre-graduation photo.
Despite Hillary Clinton's sizeable lead, Bernie Sanders continues his presidential campaign.
A House committee supports a sarcastic bill that would require women to register for the draft.
President Obama sugarcoats a deployment to Syria by referring to U.S. troops as "personnel."
When Daniel Tosh goes to a Mexican restaurant, there's one question he doesn't want to be asked.
The panelists debate whether humor can be an effective weapon against ISIS.
Angelica Ross talks about offering career resources to LGBT workers at TransTech Social Enterprises.
Steve Simeone reveals how he learned not to judge other people.
Senator Lindsey Graham reflects on partisan politics and the Middle East before a game of billiards.
Bret Ernst remembers getting into a vicious argument with his unstable babysitter.