Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee can't have a political discussion without mentioning food.
The comedians add Bernie Sanders on Snapchat and give a title to the Ted Cruz vs. Barack Obama bout.
Tags: ted cruz, barack obama, bernie sanders, panderdome, johnny pemberton, ron funches, emmy blotnick, exclusives, uncensored, candidates, elections, campaigns, bobby jindal, music, songs, fights, performances, snapchat, gross-out, penises, republicans, boxing, refugees, syria
National security advisor Jan McMahon defends Ben Carson's ridiculously flawed map of the U.S.
President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
Tags: paris, france, terrorism, extremism, isis, syria, refugees, bombs, violence, international affairs, under the desk, security, chris christie, new jersey, kids, voting, elections, candidates, indecision, ben carson, republicans, mike huckabee, christian, jeb bush, religion, barack obama, african american, islamic, history, jewish, nazi, germany, colorado
Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama Governor Robert Bentley opposes Syrian refugees in his state.
Trevor breaks down the politicizing of the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
Tags: paris, isis, violence, terrorism, phones, impressions, bombs, barack obama, international affairs, america, syria, refugees, guns, extremism, islamic, religion, nazi, germany, history, democrats, republicans, mike huckabee, middle east, food, racism, discrimination, safety
The panelists discuss American conservatives' extreme reactions to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Tags: dean obeidallah, john avlon, john green, panel, islamic, terrorism, isis, france, violence, elections, candidates, campaigns, syria, refugees, mike pence, laws, donald trump, religion, mongering, republicans, international affairs, conservative, extremism
Bloomingdale's runs a shocking ad, and Starbucks's holiday cups outrage Christian conservatives.
Tags: christmas, holidays, advertising, controversies, shopping, corrections/retractions/apologies , sexual assault, bill cosby, starbucks, food, coffee, christian, jesus, refugees, syria, under the desk
The panelists discuss the challenge of overcoming American apathy toward the Syrian refugee crisis.
Intrepid reporter Holly Walker covers the Syrian refugee crisis from a random cornfield in Iowa.
Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai describes meeting with world leaders to promote peace and education.
Author Suki Kim recalls her year teaching at an elite private school in North Korea.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, suki kim, books, north korea, school, education, college, kids, media, growing up, refugees, international affairs, diplomacy, kim jong-il, kim jong-un, dennis rodman, nuclear, technology, internet, dictators, holidays, birthdays, military, spying, science
Jenny Nordberg examines how cycles of war deteriorate women's rights and impact gender equality.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, books, civil rights, human rights, wars, men/women, jenny nordberg, sexism, discrimination, afghanistan, education, labor, money, safety, security, peace, international affairs, family, parenting, refugees
Bill Clinton discusses how technology diffuses power in both positive and negative ways.
Tags: exclusives, bill clinton, interviews, international affairs, technology, internet, isis, terrorism, military, middle east, iraq, capitalism, democracy, extremism, violence, borders, immigration, refugees, wars, poverty, farming
Michael Che reports on the Minuteman Project, aimed at protecting America from child immigrants.
Jordan Klepper investigates the roots of the child immigration crisis.
The U.S. government struggles to effectively handle the child immigration humanitarian crisis.
Tags: immigration, borders, refugees, human rights, kids, barack obama, congress, senate, house of representatives, government, republicans, laws, ku klux klan, ted cruz, john boehner, lawsuits, fashion, nazi, audience interaction
Corporations use a loophole called inversion to re-incorporate abroad and avoid U.S. taxes.
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