Joe Biden accuses Donald Trump of spewing "malarkey," and President Obama praises Hillary Clinton.
Rosie O'Donnell narrates the illustrious history of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour weighs in on the divisiveness of the Republican National Convention.
Mike Yard sounds off about the implications of an awkward handshake between three world leaders.
The panelists weigh in on a Senate bill that would force women to sign up for the Selective Service.
An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
Nightly Show staffers share their experiences as veterans seeking timely health care from the VA.
The panelists discuss a rising intolerance for conservative speakers on college campuses.
Donald Trump helps Chris Christie pay off the debt from his failed presidential run.
President Obama sips filtered water from Flint, MI, to persuade residents that it's safe to drink.
The panelists discuss public misperceptions of President Obama's achievements since he took office.
A House committee supports a sarcastic bill that would require women to register for the draft.
President Obama sugarcoats a deployment to Syria by referring to U.S. troops as "personnel."
The panelists debate whether humor can be an effective weapon against ISIS.
Science guy Bill Nye faces a futuristic choice between android sex and violent robot soldiers.
Bono argues that ISIS can be defeated by the power of humor during his testimony before the Senate.
The panelists examine why candidates are ignoring climate change during the presidential debates.
Senator Lindsey Graham reflects on partisan politics and the Middle East before a game of billiards.
Trevor finds a way to make Senator Lindsey Graham compliment Donald Trump.
Mike Yard visits Gettysburg, PA, to get the scoop on a Confederate Flag Day rally.