Madeleine Albright implies that a vote against Hillary Clinton is a vote against women's progress.
The panelists weigh in on Beyonce's controversial halftime performance of her song "Formation."
The Sacramento Kings cancel a Chinese New Year promotion after a player questions its bad timing.
Franchesca Ramsey responds to a controversy surrounding a white NAACP leader in Arizona.
White actor Joseph Fiennes lands the role of Michael Jackson in a British TV movie.
President Obama moves to strip U.S. police departments of controversial military-grade weapons.
The film "Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon" casts white actor Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson.
The panelists react to the news that Michael Jackson will be played by a white actor in a TV movie.
A hidden-camera investigation into Planned Parenthood doesn't go as two pro-lifers intended.
The panelists weigh in on a claim that black awards shows are a form of self-imposed segregation.
A suspiciously timed leak to the press breathes new life into Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
Residents of an upstate New York village vote on whether to change their racist seal.
A controversial children's book draws outrage for its depiction of smiling, happy-go-lucky slaves.
The panelists discuss calls to boycott the Oscars over the lack of diversity in its nominees.
Sean Penn defends his controversial interview with El Chapo, prompting an intervention from Larry.
As 2015 nears its end, the panelists offer their picks for the most shocking stories of the year.
Will Smith talks about playing brain trauma specialist Dr. Bennet Omalu in the biopic "Concussion."
The panelists weigh in on a demographically correct portrait of a dark-skinned Jesus Christ.
Hasan Minhaj takes a stand against white conservative extremist Donald Trump.
Donald Trump meets with 100 black pastors and takes heat for making fun of a disabled journalist.