CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
"But What If We're Wrong?" author Chuck Klosterman questions fundamental knowledge.
Chinese officials answer to pro-democracy protests by securing sidewalk bricks to prevent violence.
Trevor breaks down how GOP and Democratic presidential candidates actually win delegates.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz explains what Democrats can do to win the 2016 presidential election.
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz offers the RNC advice on nominating their presidential candidate.
Senator Lindsey Graham compares divisive GOP presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
The U.K.'s offer to let the public name a research ship leads to a top choice of "Boaty McBoatface."
Major news networks opt to cover Donald Trump's empty podium over Bernie Sanders's primary speech.
Republicans scramble to stop Donald Trump from winning the party's presidential nomination.
Senator Cory Booker talks about changing the vitriolic rhetoric in politics in his book "United."
"United" author Cory Booker addresses the rumor that he may get a Supreme Court nomination.
New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza examines the surreal experience of attending a Donald Trump rally.
Political reporter Ryan Lizza talks about his Donald Trump cover article for The New Yorker.
Jon Stewart questions lawmakers who have yet to support a health care bill for Ground Zero workers.
A gerrymandered district in Missouri leaves a sales tax vote to a lone resident.
After decades of military rule, Myanmar elects a democratic opposition party into parliament.
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
Pras explains how Michel Martelly got into Haitian politics in the film "Sweet Micky for President."
China drops its one-child policy, ending mandatory fines, abortions or sterilization for violators.