Louisiana gubernatorial candidate John Bel Edwards attacks rival David Vitter's salacious past.
The comedians add Bernie Sanders on Snapchat and give a title to the Ted Cruz vs. Barack Obama bout.
National security advisor Jan McMahon defends Ben Carson's ridiculously flawed map of the U.S.
A foreign policy adviser to Ben Carson implies that the presidential hopeful is inept.
Governor Bobby Jindal ends his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
A totally radical Muslim suggests a catchy new label for members of ISIS.
Bernie Sanders picks a bad time to keep it 100, and Hillary Clinton pulls the best worst move ever.
The panelists discuss American conservatives' extreme reactions to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Jordan Klepper finds out how dysfunction within the FEC affects campaign finance regulation.
The comics write Jeb Bush vulgar campaign slogans and invent warnings for Ted Cruz's app.
Ben Carson shows off his ability to debate with his eyes shut, and Marco Rubio trashes philosophers.
Larry comes to an inescapable conclusion about GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes responds to GOP presidential candidates who criticize liberal bias in the media.
Hasan Minhaj assures Trevor that Jeb Bush is doing OK, despite his futile presidential bid.
The comics learn about NBC's FCC troubles and come up with new SeaWorld attractions.
Pras explains how Michel Martelly got into Haitian politics in the film "Sweet Micky for President."
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson doubles down on some questionable stories about his violent past.
Larry suffers through the rap song released by Ben Carson's presidential campaign.
The comics title Jeb Bush's next hip e-book and pose a question to a more relatable Marco Rubio.
Jeb Bush rolls out a handy new campaign slogan as he falls to fifth place in presidential polls.