President Obama sends troops to fight ISIS in Syria, despite previous vows to avoid ground combat.
Mike Huckabee lashes out against the appointment of the first openly gay man as U.S. Army Secretary.
The panelists discuss the backlash against President Obama's directive to allow women in combat.
The panelists face questions involving fictitious heroes, Army life and an expendable friend.
A move to allow co-ed combat troops reignites a debate about the role of women in the U.S. military.
Donald Trump makes light of Senator John McCain's time spent as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
Donald Rumsfeld claims that he never believed the Iraq War would lead to a Western-style democracy.
Donald Rumsfeld blames President Obama for the chaos in Iraq, inspiring a hellish conversation.
America learns the hard way that arming "the good guys" in the Middle East is never a good idea.
General Stanley McChrystal discusses Middle East war strategies in his book "Team of Teams."
Senator Rand Paul discusses his efforts to rein in the NSA's surveillance program.
Sen. Rand Paul describes how America's post-9/11 security measures pose a threat to civil liberties.
Jeb Bush sidesteps his brother's legacy and avoids confirming that he's running for president.
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon discusses the role of women in the Afghanistan War in her book "Ashley's War."
Andrew Cockburn discusses how technology has impacted military tactics with mixed results.
A viewer asks Larry if America should reinstate the draft.
Bassem Youssef comments on the state of the Middle East and explains the history behind the crises.
Author Wes Moore discusses the unique ethos that makes veterans invaluable assets to society.
Wes Moore reflects on what it means to be extraordinary in his book "The Work."
Author and veteran Wes Moore discusses what led him to be so accomplished at such a young age.