The panelists ponder the effects of Elizabeth Warren's full-throated support for Hillary Clinton.
Adam Lowitt weighs in on the unlikely bipartisanship of the Supreme Court justices.
Daniel lets a musically inclined Clinton supporter loose at a Donald Trump rally.
The panelists discuss a rising intolerance for conservative speakers on college campuses.
Dahlia Lithwick discusses President Obama's in-limbo Supreme Court justice nominee Merrick Garland.
Dahlia Lithwick discusses the Senate's decision to avoid confirming SCOTUS nominee Merrick Garland.
Critics complain that Facebook staffers suppress stories written from a conservative perspective.
The panelists weigh in on critics' allegations that Facebook promotes an anti-conservative slant.
New York City residents and tourists in the Big Apple explain "New York values" to Ted Cruz.
Brooklyn boy Bernie Sanders responds to Ted Cruz's smearing of so-called "New York values."
Fox News's Juan Williams examines the individuals who shaped America in his book "We the People."
Larry chats with hypersensitive students about pro-Donald Trump graffiti at Emory University.
The panelists examine the campus backlash against "Trump 2016" graffiti at Emory University.
CNN contributor Van Jones discusses the non-profit group he co-founded, the Dream Corps.
Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, and Trevor unpacks the political history of U.S. racism.
Larry loses his 2-D likeness, and a Supreme Court battle brews between the GOP and President Obama.
The panelists talk about Hillary Clinton's Iowa caucus victory and the creepiness of Ted Cruz.
The panelists discuss Ted Cruz's portrayal of New York City as a bastion of anti-Americanism.
"How to Be Right" author Greg Gutfeld unpacks Donald Trump's political appeal.
Fox News's Greg Gutfeld chats about arguing with liberals in his book "How to Be Right."