President Obama hits the campaign trail with a recently exonerated Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton misrepresents her email investigation, and Donald Trump lauds yet another dictator.
Hillary Clinton avoids criminal charges about her email activity after a lengthy FBI probe.
FBI Director James Comey clears Hillary Clinton of intentional misconduct regarding her emails.
An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
After a 15-hour filibuster, Senate Democrats get Republicans to agree to vote on gun legislation.
Jordan Klepper reveals the real reason Hillary Clinton has been evading the debate stage.
Now that the FBI can hack an iPhone without Apple, the tech giant wants the bureau to show them how.
Former NSA Director Michael Hayden weighs in on whether Apple should unlock a terrorist's iPhone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook refuses to unlock the iPhone of a terrorism suspect for the FBI.
Not even government torture can get Siri to give up information from an iPhone.
The panelists examine Apple's feud with the FBI and the shaky balance between privacy and security.
Apple's refusal to help the FBI hack into a terrorist's iPhone fuels a debate about privacy rights.
Jordan Klepper tries to take down an active shooter in a simulated firearm training drill.
After a mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA, MSNBC ransacks the suspects' home on live TV.
A national obsession with guns compels Santa Claus to steer clear of America on Christmas Eve.
The gunman behind the Planned Parenthood shooting refers to a right-wing rumor about "baby parts."
Violent crime is on the rise, and cops are uncomfortable with the increase in public scrutiny.
As the FBI begins a probe into fantasy sports sites, Jordan Klepper fears an end to a beloved hobby.
The contestants reveal what the FBI discovered about the hippie bacchanalia of Burning Man.