CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
The panelists weigh in on the deaths of two black men who were shot by law enforcement officers.
The U.S. isn't the only country facing a brusque political extremist like Donald Trump.
Trevor stands with Brussels and Ankara, Turkey, as the cities grapple with terrorist bombings.
Rowdy sports fans interrupt silent tributes to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
American expat Virginia Hall is recruited to be a spy for the Allies during World War II.
As ISIS ups its Twitter game, the U.S. employs a far more outdated tool to fight terrorism.
Hannibal ponders news about Caitlyn Jenner and Donald Trump and gives Greece some advice.
The panelists single out which of New York City's many parades they wouldn't mind eliminating.
A new icon of liberty is introduced at a massive rally for freedom of expression in Paris.
The world faces a chocolate shortage, and Turkey's president rewrites American history.
The coalition against ISIS struggles as the Iraqi Army collapses and Turkey goes rogue.
Jordan Klepper reports on how residents of Kobani, Syria, are handling the imminent threat of ISIS.
Jason Jones offers Vice President Joe Biden advice on how to handle his latest gaffe.
Syrian opposition leader Hadi al-Bahra shares the book that resulted from the #100000Names project.
President Barack Obama delivers a speech revealing his strategy for battling ISIS.
Jason Jones attempts to mend Germany and America's friendship with a Bud Light Lime-A-Rita.
Professor Kimberly Marten offers sage advice for how Russia can stop land-grabbing like it's 1900.
America isn't the only nation with systemic dysfunction.
Omer Taspinar calls Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan a control freak.