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 discusses the influential role that veterans can play in serving U.S. communities.
Eric Greitens discusses his book "Resilience: Hard-Won Wisdom for Living a Better Life."
Eric Greitens shares his wisdom for overcoming hardship in his book "Resilience."
A video team confronts non-veterans wearing military uniforms.
Jon takes credit for the Department of Veterans Affairs' decision to alter a health care initiative.
The government skimps on the cost of an initiative meant to better provide health care to veterans.
Andrea Tantaros compares the management of the V.A. to one of Fox News's favorite scandals.
Bill O'Reilly faces scrutiny for reportedly embellishing his coverage of the Falklands War in 1982.
The panelists discuss civilians' perspectives on war and Obama's comments about ISIS.
The show raises funds for The Mission Continues, and one donor debates minimum wage reform with Jon.
Wes Moore reflects on what it means to be extraordinary in his book "The Work."