CNN's Christiane Amanpour discusses the media's duty in covering a contentious election.
CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump tries to play off yet another a racially charged tweet.
The comics list issues important to Americans who are in the dark about the major political parties.
Pam Bondi struggles to defend her LGBT rights record during a tense interview with Anderson Cooper.
Airports take desperate measures to help customers kill time during the TSA screening process.
CNN struggles to maintain exciting coverage of the primaries as both presidential races wind down.
Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton emerge as victors in the New York primaries.
After Donald Trump wins the New York GOP primary, Ted Cruz gives an off-putting concession speech.
"United Shades of America" host W. Kamau Bell examines variations of racism throughout the country.
Ted Cruz's attempt to bolster his approval ratings backfires when he enlists his family.
Trevor posits that the news networks have themselves to blame for Donald Trump's political rise.
CNN contributor Van Jones discusses the non-profit group he co-founded, the Dream Corps.
Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, and Trevor unpacks the political history of U.S. racism.
Political reporter Ryan Lizza talks about his Donald Trump cover article for The New Yorker.
New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza examines the surreal experience of attending a Donald Trump rally.
Martin O'Malley and Hillary Clinton are forced to answer uncomfortable questions at a CNN town hall.
Vice President Joe Biden announces that he won't be running for president in 2016.
CNN comes under fire for declaring Hillary Clinton the winner of the first Democratic debate.
Larry assesses the performances of Lincoln Chafee and Jim Webb at CNN's Democratic primary debate.