Donald Trump challenges President Obama, military veterans fight the civilian economy, and war hero Dakota Meyer describes a dark day in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama debate foreign policy, John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi share closing election arguments, and Gerard Butler talks surfing in "Chasing Mavericks."
The conservative media exploits an Obama sound bite, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee follow the President's last campaign, and DL Hughley explains "The Endangered List."
Samantha Bee explains why women voters are turned off by the debates, and President Obama weighs in on the election, Libya and Joe Biden's swimwear.
Barack Obama shows up for the second presidential debate, John Oliver recruits a focus group, and Nate Silver shares his book, "The Signal and the Noise."
Paul Ryan visits a homeless shelter in Ohio, Herman Cain touches on American exceptionalism, and Eugene Jarecki discusses the war on drugs and "The House I Live In."
Joe Biden debates Paul Ryan, Martha Raddatz draws praise as debate moderator, and author J.K. Rowling discusses writing a novel without magic or Harry Potter.
Down-ticket congressional races intensify, John Oliver reports on a fast-growing sector of the US economy, and Paul Thomas Anderson talks writing and directing "The Master."
President Obama slams Mitt Romney over Big Bird comments, Jason Jones explains the polling of polls, and Magic Johnson reveals the secret to his rivalry with Larry Bird.
Mitt Romney presents his vague deficit reduction plan, Jessica Williams interviews black Mormons in Utah, and Ben Affleck rescues hostages in "Argo."
Slightly lower unemployment numbers spark conservative conspiracy theories, Sesame Street comes under fire, and Pete Townshend discusses his memoir, "Who I Am."
Mitt Romney's lies win the first debate, Barack Obama breaks Chris Matthews, Al Gore ponders elevation sickness, and Bill O'Reilly discusses "Killing Kennedy."
An explosive Obama video resurfaces, Stephen Colbert plays the part of Bill O'Reilly, and Rand Paul shares libertarian anecdotes from his book, "Government Bullies."
A Pennsylvania judge rules against the state's voter ID law, John Oliver asks Herman Cain to save America from foreign debt, and Liam Neeson talks kicking ass in "Taken 2."
The Obama and Romney camps aim low at the debates, the White House responds to violence in Libya, and Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses time travel and his book, "Total Recall."
Hungry kids protest school lunch calorie limits, the UN General Assembly makes for bland political theater, and Amar'e Stoudemire discusses his "STAT" children's books.
The NFL referee lockout continues, Patrick Stewart replaces John Oliver, Jason Jones investigates Sudden Wealth Syndrome, and Olivia Wilde talks life in Kenya.
President Obama brushes off United Nations world leaders, Mitt Romney regresses as the election approaches, and King Abdullah II of Jordan talks Arab Spring.
Bill Clinton uses concrete examples to show cooperation between government and private industry.
Al Madrigal and Jessica Williams assess Mitt Romney's Latino voter comments, and express admiration for his accomplishments despite being an underprivileged rich white male.