National security advisor Jan McMahon defends Ben Carson's ridiculously flawed map of the U.S.
A foreign policy adviser to Ben Carson implies that the presidential hopeful is inept.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
Trevor breaks down the politicizing of the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
A totally radical Muslim suggests a catchy new label for members of ISIS.
The panelists weigh in on the dangers of using the term "radical Islam."
Bernie Sanders picks a bad time to keep it 100, and Hillary Clinton pulls the best worst move ever.
The panelists discuss American conservatives' extreme reactions to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
aDavid Holbrooke talks about growing up with his ambassador dad Richard Holbrooke in "The Diplomat."
David Holbrooke details the life of his father, ambassador Richard Holbrooke, in "The Diplomat."
The G20 Summit hosts a covert spy amongst its world leaders, and Microsoft discontinues the Zune.
After decades of military rule, Myanmar elects a democratic opposition party into parliament.
The U.S. spent $43 million on a gas station in Afghanistan, and no one really knows why.
Fareed Zakaria discusses "Long Road to Hell," which details the U.S.'s role in Syria's war on ISIS.
Fareed Zakaria discusses the U.S.'s fight against ISIS and his documentary "Long Road to Hell."
Larry chats with a mysterious member of the dwindling U.S.-backed Syrian militia.
A baseball game turns violent, and President Obama faces harsh questioning on "60 Minutes."
President Obama apologizes after American forces mistakenly bomb an Afghan hospital.
The comics learn about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal with the help of cute animal GIFs.