Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination for president in an historic night at the DNC.
Journalist Mark Leibovich examines how party affiliations have shifted in the 2016 election.
During a historic night at the DNC, Hillary Clinton receives the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Best F#@king News Team tries to better understand Trump's slogan, "Make America Great Again."
The panelists give their take on Ted Cruz's provocative non-endorsement of Donald Trump at the RNC.
Rosie O'Donnell narrates the illustrious history of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
The Daily Show takes a look at convention history ahead of the events in Cleveland and Philadelphia.
The comedians rock out to historical versions of popular songs.
A spokesperson for Jack Daniel's proudly touts the whiskey's historical connection to slavery.
Donald Trump's ancestor reassures the Founding Fathers of his leadership abilities.
"But What If We're Wrong?" author Chuck Klosterman questions fundamental knowledge.
The comedians botch up quotes from prominent historical figures.
The comedians do their worst to mess up Shakespeare's masterpieces.
"Jackson, 1964" author Calvin Trillin relays personal accounts of racism in the South.
Chimney sweep Nigel Crumpetberry educates Larry about the U.K's game-changing exit from the E.U.
The panelists examine the role xenophobia played in U.K. voters' decision to pull out of the E.U.
Many U.K. citizens are experiencing voters' remorse after electing to leave the European Union.
House Democrats stage a sit-in to protest the GOP's apparent unwillingness to tackle gun control.
Michelle Wolf provides an updated interpretation of the Second Amendment.
Nikki stumps a strip club patron and Nick Swardson brings something extra to his family reunion.