The comedians add Bernie Sanders on Snapchat and give a title to the Ted Cruz vs. Barack Obama bout.
President Obama slams Republicans for their harsh opposition to accepting Syrian refugees.
Trevor breaks down the politicizing of the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
The G20 Summit hosts a covert spy amongst its world leaders, and Microsoft discontinues the Zune.
Republican critics slam President Obama for refusing to greenlight the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson doubles down on some questionable stories about his violent past.
Larry tackles Fox News's fear-mongering with the help of his favorite grain-based casual eatery.
Debate-wary GOP presidential candidates give President Obama a chance to show his comedic side.
The Justice Department's release of 6,000 federal prisoners evokes a paranoid reaction from Larry.
Just in time for Halloween, Professor Mike Yard explains why you should always avoid blackface.
Jeb Bush calls Supergirl "hot," and Captain America takes on an immigrant-terrorizing villain.
Larry examines a pair of self-serving crisis scenarios painted by Mark Wahlberg and Ben Carson.
The panelists debate whether President Obama has done enough for the African-American community.
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."
Nancy Pelosi weighs in on the Republican and Democratic candidates for the 2016 presidential race.
President Obama apologizes after American forces mistakenly bomb an Afghan hospital.
The panelists weigh in on identity politics and their experiences being defined by stereotypes.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch implies that President Obama is not a "real black president."
News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch gives presidential hopeful Ben Carson a vaguely racist endorsement.