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.
Angelica Ross talks about offering career resources to LGBT workers at TransTech Social Enterprises.
Bret Ernst remembers getting into a vicious argument with his unstable babysitter.
President Obama pens the forward to a "Peanuts" volume and orders air strikes on terrorists.
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Tommy's decision to pop an Ativan before a veterans' benefit event has unexpectedly dire consequences.
Sarah Palin blames her son's violent behavior on President Obama's treatment of war veterans.
Presidential contender Ben Carson offers some controversial advice to victims of gun violence.
Presidential hopeful Jim Gilmore suffers from obscurity, and Donald Trump writes a bigoted tweet.
Barack Obama describes how his administration has tried to modernize government agencies.
President Obama explains that a functional and effective government takes time to achieve.
Emma Didlake, the oldest living U.S. veteran, gets a special introduction from the president.
Donald Trump makes light of Senator John McCain's time spent as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
Donald Trump upsets fellow Republicans by stating that former POW John McCain isn't a war hero.
Al Franken explains how he uses his comedy skills to win over his fellow senators.
Jeb Bush sidesteps his brother's legacy and avoids confirming that he's running for president.
Eric Greitens shares his wisdom for overcoming hardship in his book "Resilience."
Eric Greitens discusses the influential role that veterans can play in serving U.S. communities.