Larry gives a step-by-step analysis of how the media evades the issue of gun control.
The panel weighs in on the media coverage of mass shootings and suggests Second Amendment updates.
A young man's casual attitude toward his gun makes his neighbors nervous.
The panelists talk about the Louisiana shooting and debate the root cause of violence in the U.S.
The panelists weigh in on President Obama's response to the church shooting in Charleston, S.C.
Jordan Klepper reports on a Florida law that protects gun owners from their doctors.
Stephen ponders the unusual decisions of the Supreme Court.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth discusses immigration reform, gay rights and Stephen's incurable humanity.
A doctor brings a rifle to an airport, and a children's book promotes the open-carry lifestyle.
Gun rights organization Open Carry Texas cuts up an NRA membership card to make a point.
A group of rifle-toting gun rights activists attempt to receive service at a Chili's in Texas.
Jordan Klepper and Michael Che offer some sage advice about how to properly carry a gun in public.
Open-carry activists take heat from the NRA for proudly displaying their guns in public places.
Florida gun-lover Doug Varrieur infuriates his neighbors by turning his yard into a firing range.
America stops looking for answers and accepts the ubiquitous nature of mass shootings.
Chipotle decides assault rifles are bad for business and bans guns from its locations.
The NRA fights against the "smart gun," which it sees as a threat to the Second Amendment.
Jake Rush defends his role-playing background and dispels myths about the thespian lifestyle.
Conservative leaders address an NRA forum, and Georgia passes a controversial concealed-carry bill.
The Second Amendment gets a boost, and Stephen chats with show business legend Bette Midler.