Trevor makes a plea for stronger gun regulations in the aftermath of a mass shooting in Orlando, FL.
Donald Trump confuses New York City's 9/11 terrorist attacks with the convenience store 7-Eleven.
The panelists examine Apple's feud with the FBI and the shaky balance between privacy and security.
A tech guru helps the guys work on their social media brand identities.
CNN's Peter Bergen discusses post-9/11 homegrown terrorism in his book "United States of Jihad."
The panelists discuss Ted Cruz's portrayal of New York City as a bastion of anti-Americanism.
Trevor imagines a combined primary presidential debate with both Democrat and Republican contenders.
Jon Stewart questions lawmakers who have yet to support a health care bill for Ground Zero workers.
Jon Stewart challenges Senator Mitch McConnell to renew health care for Ground Zero workers.
Donald Trump meets with 100 black pastors and takes heat for making fun of a disabled journalist.
The comedians discuss what makes hoverboards so dangerous and Donald Trump's own version of history.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump refuses to apologize for mocking a disabled journalist.
Bernie Sanders picks a bad time to keep it 100, and Hillary Clinton pulls the best worst move ever.
Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton's Wall Street donors during the latest Democratic debate.
The comedians pitch episode ideas for a sitcom about Jeb Bush.
Chris breaks down the grand forces at work in "Back to the Future Part II."
Donald Trump spars with Jeb Bush about George W. Bush's failure to prevent the 9/11 attacks.
Larry examines a pair of self-serving crisis scenarios painted by Mark Wahlberg and Ben Carson.
Presidential contenders Donald Trump and Jeb Bush start a Twitter war over the 9/11 attacks.
ISIS continues to sustain a booming economy, which is partially due to American art collectors.