As Skip Bayless leaves ESPN, Daniel looks back on his history of egregiously wrong opinions.
An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
The panelists discuss public misperceptions of President Obama's achievements since he took office.
Bono argues that ISIS can be defeated by the power of humor during his testimony before the Senate.
Lewis Black reviews the documents the CIA uncovered in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound.
President Obama shoots for the moon in his State of the Union speech with a pledge to cure cancer.
President Obama sets a lofty goal for Vice President Joe Biden during his last State of the Union.
President Obama vows to take down ISIS after a domestic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, CA.
The panelists discuss outrageous Halloween costumes that obliterate the boundaries of good taste.
Donald Trump spars with Jeb Bush about George W. Bush's failure to prevent the 9/11 attacks.
Jon unloads on a variety of completely deserving targets.
Jon shares the details of the alleged secret meeting he had with President Obama in the White House.
Critics pounce on Brian Williams's Iraq War reporting, and Larry demands straight talk about ISIS.
Stephen salutes the U.S.'s presidents and presidential candidates.
After hearing descriptions of two horrible tattoos, the comedians guess which one is real.
Retired Navy Admiral Mike Mullen talks about ISIS and the U.S.'s wars in the Middle East.
Mike Mullen discusses the ambitions of ISIS and weighs in on Bill O'Reilly's mercenary army.
Critics bemoan the fact that it took two years to capture the mastermind of the Benghazi attack.
Iraq unexpectedly welcomes the full force of American military might with open arms.
Eric Bolling confuses the timeline of Osama bin Laden's takedown.