Donald Trump's ancestor reassures the Founding Fathers of his leadership abilities.
Mike Yard sounds off about the implications of an awkward handshake between three world leaders.
Obama, Trudeau and Nieto exchange a bizarre three-way handshake.
Rep. Steve King makes a bizarre and offensive case against including Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill.
The comedians try to get to the bottom of Donald Trump's staggering campaign deficit.
Donald Trump is having trouble winning over Latino voters, so Eliza Cossio explores his strengths.
Thanks to Donald Trump's presidential bid, Latino immigrants are being fast-tracked to citizenship.
President Obama sips filtered water from Flint, MI, to persuade residents that it's safe to drink.
Donald Trump (Bob DiBuono) praises Larry for his speech at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Al Madrigal tells a story about the hardest series of gigs he's ever had to do.
The panelists discuss why American politicians tend to lump all Latino voters into one category.
Donald Trump may have more in common with a circus ringleader than most aspiring politicians.
Gael Garcia Bernal talks about his Golden Globe-winning role in the series "Mozart in the Jungle."
Sean Penn defends his controversial interview with El Chapo, prompting an intervention from Larry.
Grace Parra gives a starry-eyed report on Sean Penn's meet-up with Mexican drug lord El Chapo.
The panelists discuss Sean Penn's rambling and shockingly boring article about drug lord El Chapo.
Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) talks to Sean Penn (Rory Albanese) in this Nightly Show spin-off.
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
Following El Chapo's Rolling Stone interview, the U.S. tries to extradite the Mexican drug lord.
Trevor reviews the holiday hiatus's biggest newsmakers, from Bill Cosby to "affluenza" teen.