The panelists examine the socioeconomic causes of America's gun violence epidemic.
A federal judge orders the town of Cleveland, MS, to finally desegregate its public schools.
For 50 years, American corporations fought to keep lead paint legal at the expense of public health.
Vladimir Caamano explains what ATMs in bad neighborhoods are like.
Rory Albanese and Mike Yard engage in a cable news-style shouting match over voter ID laws.
The panelists weigh in on the criticism Beyonce has received for her provocative album "Lemonade."
A happy run-in between Hasan and Ellie Kemper turns dark quickly.
Larry slams Bill O'Reilly for his repeated claim that many black people have forehead tattoos.
Daniel Tosh wants people to stop decorating their cars with bumper stickers.
Bernie Sanders lays out his proposal for curbing rampant white-collar crime in the banking industry.
The panelists address the challenges facing the candidates in the run-up to the 2016 election.
Larry considers the cost of being a filthy-rich person implicated in the Panama Papers.
Entertainment reporter Grace Parra offers her unique perspective on President Obama's trip to Cuba.
Jordan Carlos accepts a challenge to find fresh produce in the low-income city of Camden, NJ.
Donald Trump seems to have changed his mind about the low-income voters who comprise his voter base.
Sacha Baron Cohen explains how his "Brothers Grimsby" character is a mix of James Bond and Borat.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face questions about their racial sensitivity from Don Lemon.
Grace Parra provides out-of-her-depth coverage of a fight for access to abortion clinics in Texas.
Mayor Bill de Blasio talks about mitigating racial bias in the New York City Police Department.
Internal emails suggest that Flint, MI, officials prioritized public relations over public health.