The panelists weigh in on a Senate bill that would force women to sign up for the Selective Service.
Meaningful gun control reform remains elusive, thanks to a partisan stalemate in Congress.
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. demonstrate why Congress has a hard time passing gun legislation.
Rep. Jim Himes calls the NRA out for using fear-mongering tactics against members of Congress.
Rep. Jim Himes weighs in on how Congress can stand up to the NRA and enact stronger gun control.
An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
After a 15-hour filibuster, Senate Democrats get Republicans to agree to vote on gun legislation.
A Massachusetts man gets a new penis, and the CIA erases its copy of the Senate report on torture.
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.
SCOTUS refuses to rule on a major contraception case without a ninth justice on the bench.
George Zimmerman tries to sell the pistol he used to kill Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
Critics complain that Facebook staffers suppress stories written from a conservative perspective.
The panelists debate whether humor can be an effective weapon against ISIS.
Bono argues that ISIS can be defeated by the power of humor during his testimony before the Senate.
Trevor and Senator Lindsey Graham try to find the good in Donald Trump over a game of pool.
Trevor finds a way to make Senator Lindsey Graham compliment Donald Trump.
Senator Lindsey Graham compares divisive GOP presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
President Obama nominates Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, but Congress refuses to vote on him.
Jordan Klepper reasons with Mitch McConnell after the senator refuses to meet with a SCOTUS nominee.