The comedians list the incentives that companies can offer to reel in voters.
Hillary Clinton defeats Bernie Sanders at the Iowa caucus with the help of a tie-breaking coin toss.
Even though Bernie Sanders came in second in the Iowa caucuses, he may be the left's real winner.
Presidential candidates work overtime to endear themselves to voters at the Iowa caucus.
The panelists discuss voter discontent in the U.S. and the shortcomings of presidential debates.
Roy Wood Sr. looks to future after Martin Luther King Jr. is arrested during a protest in Alabama.
Ronny Chieng explains why the Iowa caucuses are important in the presidential election cycle.
Optics expert Rand Paul explains that Donald Trump is a speck of dirt in the eye of GOP voters.
Rand Paul discusses his appeal among young voters and ponders the dickishness of Ted Cruz.
Donald Trump mangles a well-known biblical reference during a speech aimed at evangelical voters.
Roy Wood Jr. investigates the proposed legalization of betting on elections.
The panelists discuss Ted Cruz's portrayal of New York City as a bastion of anti-Americanism.
Horse fans decry Sports Illustrated's decision to name Serena Williams as Sportsperson of the Year.
The panelists compare the colorful Republican presidential candidacies of Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
The panelists discuss Donald Trump's knack for winning supporters through divisive rhetoric.
Kenny DeForest is taken aback by all the bad PR that straight white guys have been getting.
The panelists weigh in on why Donald Trump's bullying personality is a political asset.
A gerrymandered district in Missouri leaves a sales tax vote to a lone resident.
President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
Jordan Klepper finds out how dysfunction within the FEC affects campaign finance regulation.