The panelists examine the relationship between anti-abortion rhetoric and domestic terrorism.
The gunman behind the Planned Parenthood shooting refers to a right-wing rumor about "baby parts."
Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina find creative ways to blame liberals for the Planned Parenthood shooting.
The media questions whether a shooting at Planned Parenthood is domestic terrorism.
Activist Gloria Steinem describes her eye-opening travel experiences in "My Life on the Road."
The comics invent policies for Bernie Sanders and learn about Donald Trump's gift to Marco Rubio.
Trevor encourages abortion opponents to extend their pro-life stance beyond fetuses.
Republicans grill Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards in a nasty display of political theater.
Disaster strikes at a campaign event for Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina.
The media declares Carly Fiorina to be the winner of the second GOP presidential debate.
Hannibal imagines what else Planned Parenthood could sell and dissects Donald Sterling's lawsuit.
Hannibal has something important to say to several Republican presidential hopefuls.
The Senate blocks Planned Parenthood's defunding, and debate rages over fetal tissue collection.
The contributors demonstrate where they'd get Pap smears if Planned Parenthood shut down.
Daniel produces a controversial commercial for Beats in an effort to get some free headphones.
Planned Parenthood needs to be more specific.
America says goodbye to conservative giant Michele Bachmann.
Senate Republicans successfully filibuster the Buffett Rule to block full debate and a vote.
Cecile Richards explains PlanneParenthood's preventative care and reproductive health services.
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards discusses women's health and the birth control debate.