Donald Trump links Ted Cruz's father to the JFK assassination, citing the National Enquirer.
Ted Cruz receives harsh treatment from Donald Trump supporters on the eve of the Indiana primaries.
A Twitter user forces Larry to decide between a pair of toxic options.
North Korea's upcoming satellite launch raises global concerns about a potential nuclear standoff.
The panelists give their take on whether Starbucks's holiday cup design is an assault on Christmas.
The panelists examine the validity of the war on Christmas and ponder a dicey moral dilemma.
Larry asks the panelists about time-traveling heroism and notable action heroes.
The panelists weigh in on whether the Charleston church shooting meets the definition of terrorism.
"Kill Chain" author Andrew Cockburn discusses why drone warfare is not necessarily more precise.
Journalist Andrew Cockburn discusses his book "Kill Chain: The Rise of High-Tech Assassins."
Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader, turns up dead under suspicious circumstances.
Larry presents hypothetical scenarios about hecklers, Batman's parents and a young Adolf Hitler.
Larry probes for honest answers to questions related to the "American Sniper" controversy.
Larry hits the panelists with questions about racial identity, Cuban refugees and assassination.
Kim Jong-un monopolizes the use of his name, and hackers launch a cyber attack on Sony Pictures.
Stephen salutes the U.S.'s presidents and presidential candidates.
Tavis Smiley discusses Martin Luther King Jr.'s political activities leading up to his death in 1968.
Tavis Smiley talks about Martin Luther King Jr. and the threats of poverty, racism and militarism.
Tavis Smiley shares his desire to start a serious dialogue about race and Martin Luther King Jr.
Abraham Lincoln dons a disguise and goes incognito to make it to his inauguration safely.