CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
The panelists examine the toll Hillary Clinton's email scandal has had on her presidential campaign.
The panelists discuss public misperceptions of President Obama's achievements since he took office.
President Obama sugarcoats a deployment to Syria by referring to U.S. troops as "personnel."
The panelists debate whether humor can be an effective weapon against ISIS.
Senator Lindsey Graham reflects on partisan politics and the Middle East before a game of billiards.
A totally radical Muslim weighs in on Ted Cruz's extreme reaction to the terror attacks in Brussels.
Trevor and Senator Lindsey Graham try to find the good in Donald Trump over a game of pool.
Trevor finds a way to make Senator Lindsey Graham compliment Donald Trump.
Former NSA Director Michael Hayden weighs in on whether Apple should unlock a terrorist's iPhone.
ISIS members are turning to online dating to meet women.
After the U.S. bombs ISIS's cash supply, the terrorist group is forced to draw up a new budget.
Trevor and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul play an issues-based drinking game.
Presidential hopeful Rand Paul answers questions about terrorism and taxes over Kentucky bourbon.
Muslim scholar Dalia Mogahed explains why ISIS would still exist without Islam.
Bernie Sanders talks ISIS, climate change and ponders whether Donald Trump should be "schlonged."
John Kasich shows off his martial arts skills during the Republican debate in Las Vegas.
GOP presidential candidates pander to a Jewish forum with a slew of hackneyed cliches.
The U.S., Iraq and Anonymous all step up their efforts in the war on ISIS.
Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee can't have a political discussion without mentioning food.