The panelists debate whether President Obama has done enough for the African-American community.
Roy Wood Jr. joins in on the festivities at the Justice or Else rally in Washington, D.C.
Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses the cultural and historical roots of mass incarceration in the U.S.
Ta-Nehisi Coates argues that even violent offenders receive overly harsh prison terms in the U.S.
Talk show legend Jay Leno joins host Tom Ruprecht to figure out exactly how white he is.
News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch gives presidential hopeful Ben Carson a vaguely racist endorsement.
Larry locates the veiled racism in Alabama's decision to close several DMVs across the state.
Presidential contender Bernie Sanders describes being interrupted by Black Lives Matter protestors.
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper use police training to see who is more sympathetic to minorities.
Donald Trumps proves he's capable of being president -- just not in the U.S.
Pope Francis tarnishes his "cool pope" image by meeting with controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis.
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. look into the possibility of police bias against African Americans.
The panelists try to reconcile Pope Francis's progressive image with his support for Kim Davis.
Dorothy Fuldheim becomes the first woman to anchor a TV news show.
Two friends discover a strangely biased soap dispenser.
Jeb Bush argues that Democrats appeal to black voters by offering "free stuff."
Roy Wood Jr. isn't psyched about NASA's planned missions to Mars.
The panelists address the implications of Jeb Bush's remarks about "free stuff" for black voters.
Mike Huckabee lashes out against the appointment of the first openly gay man as U.S. Army Secretary.
Ben Carson airs his soft-spoken opposition to having a Muslim president in the White House.