Rand Paul discusses his appeal among young voters and ponders the dickishness of Ted Cruz.
The media declares Carly Fiorina to be the winner of the second GOP presidential debate.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reemerges to slam President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
Judith Miller recounts her journalistic experience with Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.
Journalist Judith Miller discusses the Iraq War and her memoir, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey."
Journalist Judith Miller debates with Jon about what forces led the U.S. into the Iraq War.
Journalist Judith Miller details the way that she covered the lead-up to the Iraq War.
Larry challenges the panelists to guess which offensive term is attached to their hats.
Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore pushes for allowing college students to carry firearms on campus.
Critics pounce on Brian Williams's Iraq War reporting, and Larry demands straight talk about ISIS.
During an otherwise festive holiday party, Rep. Michele Bachmann urges President Obama to bomb Iran.
President Obama discusses his use of executive power within America's system of checks and balances.
C.J. Chivers describes how U.S. troops injured by Iraq's chemical weapons were denied proper medical care.
The discovery of chemical weapons in Iraq fills Stephen with a combination of two strong emotions.
Senator Lindsey Graham worries about the many threats that ISIS and other crises pose to America.
The crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 causes air traffic to reroute over war-torn Syria instead.
Dick Cheney and friends return to the spotlight to sing a familiar tune about the Iraq War.
The Islamic extremist group ISIS destroys the seeds of democracy so carefully sown in Iraq.
Jason Jones debates cold war history with Russian officials in Moscow.
Congress proves itself to be the Justin Bieber of American government.