Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. demonstrate why Congress has a hard time passing gun legislation.
Jordan Klepper finds out why two members of the GOP are clashing over the Virgin Islands' delegates.
Mike Allen examines the race between likely presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Politico's Mike Allen discusses the unrest within the Democratic and Republican parties.
Virginia politician Mike Webb accidentally shares his porn preferences with his online followers.
The comedians find out just how over-the-top local attack ads can be.
Ted Cruz reaps the rewards of the GOP establishment's opposition to Donald Trump's presidential bid.
Trevor has a hard time recovering from Donald Trump's objectification of his infant daughter.
GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump takes to Twitter to threaten Ted Cruz's wife Heidi Cruz.
The presidential candidates create damaging attack ads targeted at one another.
Louisiana gubernatorial candidate John Bel Edwards attacks rival David Vitter's salacious past.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders calls for an end to questions about Hillary Clinton's email activities.
The panelists wonder if Donald Trump's brash style represents the future of political discourse.
The comics support some strange political candidates after watching their unusual campaign ads.
Mike Huckabee mocks Caitlyn Jenner's identity with a joke about showering with teenage girls.
Jordan Klepper reports on an underrepresented voice in British democracy: money.
A Kentucky candidate has some campaign trouble due to her father's restaurant, Hugh Jass Burgers.
Al Madrigal delivers pure, uncut negative attack ads to help sway the Mexican elections.
Stephen throws his full support behind John Kerry, the man America needs to defeat Barack Obama.
An exploding gaffe population forces each individual gaffe to fight for dwindling resources.