Former RNC Chair Michael Steele talks about Donald Trump's GOP presidential nomination.
The Daily Show takes a look at convention history ahead of the events in Cleveland and Philadelphia.
Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic explain how white voters will impact the upcoming election.
"The Angry Birds Movie" star Jason Sudeikis discusses the film adaptation of the mobile game.
The panelists discuss a possible "two-for-one" presidency helmed by Hillary and Bill Clinton.
President Obama encourages Howard University's black graduates to embrace their racial identity.
A pair of Utah residents embarks on a God-given mission to cleanse their state of porn.
Jordan Klepper sets the record straight after Donald Trump brags about his past businesses.
Political discourse hits a new low during a war of words between Donald Trump and Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, and Trevor unpacks the political history of U.S. racism.
The comedians discover that babies don't care for politics.
The panelists discuss the mixed bag of contenders vying for the GOP presidential nomination.
Tensions mount between Russia and the U.S. over Vladimir Putin's bombing campaign in Syria.
Hampton Yount talks about his memorable name and his Catholic upbringing.
The New York Times scrutinizes Senator Marco Rubio's non-scandalous traffic and spending history.
Republican presidential candidates head to Iowa for Joni Ernst's motorcycle and barbeque rally.
Rand Paul raises campaign funds with weird items, and a basketball fan faces a devastating loss.
Senator Ted Cruz announces his bid for president to an auditorium of disengaged college students.
Benjamin Netanyahu courts his ultra-conservative constituents in order to secure re-election.
The invisible primaries begin to draw out serious contenders for the 2016 presidential race.