Champion boxer Muhammad Ali becomes a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.
Larry explains that the idea of birthright citizenship is ingrained in America's DNA.
The Supreme Court weakens a 50-year-old law aimed at ending discrimination against minority voters.
The panelists discuss a Jewish group's hiring of Mexican laborers to protest a gay pride parade.
The Supreme Court gives conservatives a win with rulings against the EPA and for lethal injection.
Jordan Klepper revels in the Supreme Court wins for big energy and big execution.
America gets in the rainbow spirit after the Supreme Court rules 5-4 in favor of gay marriage.
GOP hopefuls Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump take a harsh stance against marriage equality.
Larry celebrates marriage equality with help from the New York City Gay Men's Chorus.
The panelists weigh in on the historical significance of the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage.
"Today" show host Hoda Kotb doesn't get to finish her story about weighing herself.
After the Supreme Court rules in favor of marriage equality, conservatives voice their concerns.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia goes through a rough patch, so Jon offers him some sympathy.
Taking a cue from Ben & Jerry's, the comics make ice cream flavors that mirror our cultural climate.
The panelists suggest progressive catchphrases that Arnold Schwarzenegger can use in daily life.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of Obamacare, sparking outrage among Republicans.
Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses freedom of symbolic speech and the true nature of hot dogs.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of a man who posted a series of violent rants on Facebook.
An American Muslim woman wins a landmark religious discrimination case against Abercrombie & Fitch.
Jessica Williams investigates a dying breed of protesters: same-sex marriage opponents.