An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
The panelists discuss a rising intolerance for conservative speakers on college campuses.
Senator Lindsey Graham reflects on partisan politics and the Middle East before a game of billiards.
The panelists examine Apple's feud with the FBI and the shaky balance between privacy and security.
Jeb Bush ends his White House bid after failing to distance himself from his brother's presidency.
Bernie Sanders talks ISIS, climate change and ponders whether Donald Trump should be "schlonged."
Director Spike Lee talks about systemic violence and his films "Chi-Raq" and "Do the Right Thing."
The panelists give their take on which GOP presidential candidates should drop out of the race.
Fareed Zakaria discusses "Long Road to Hell," which details the U.S.'s role in Syria's war on ISIS.
Fareed Zakaria discusses the U.S.'s fight against ISIS and his documentary "Long Road to Hell."
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reemerges to slam President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
Jeb Bush rewrites history by implying that Hillary Clinton is responsible for the chaos in Iraq.
As ISIS ups its Twitter game, the U.S. employs a far more outdated tool to fight terrorism.
Jon answers audience questions about everything from his hosting duties to his love of hummus.
President Obama suggests ways to get young people engaged in civil service in America.
Jon gives his take on a mass shooting at a predominately African-American church in South Carolina.
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld examines his part in the Iraq War.
Donald Rumsfeld blames President Obama for the chaos in Iraq, inspiring a hellish conversation.
Donald Rumsfeld claims that he never believed the Iraq War would lead to a Western-style democracy.
America learns the hard way that arming "the good guys" in the Middle East is never a good idea.