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.
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
Larry suffers through the rap song released by Ben Carson's presidential campaign.
Houston native Grace Parra offers her toilet-centric take on a local anti-discrimination statute.
Mike Yard and Ricky Velez get lit over Ohio voters' rejection of legal marijuana.
The comics detail recently enacted laws and come up with new "Peanuts" specials.
Martin O'Malley explains why he's running for president against a candidate he once endorsed.
Larry provides retroactive coverage of Abraham Lincoln's presidential debates against pro-slavery candidate Stephen Douglas.
The panelists discuss the populist appeal of presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow selects the GOP presidential candidate she would vote for if forced to choose.
The panel debates Hillary Clinton's problem with appearing authentic and relatable to voters.
Larry locates the veiled racism in Alabama's decision to close several DMVs across the state.
The panelists address the implications of Jeb Bush's remarks about "free stuff" for black voters.
Jeb Bush argues that Democrats appeal to black voters by offering "free stuff."
The panelists talk about Donald Trump's condescending praise for Carly Fiorina at the GOP debate.
The panelists discuss a woman's odd final request and the rise of topless ladies in Times Square.
Things get painfully awkward when Black Lives Matter activists confront Hillary Clinton about race.
The Supreme Court weakens a 50-year-old law aimed at ending discrimination against minority voters.