An unexpected treatment alleviates heart disease, the government meddles in people's private lives, and Harvard's Noah Feldman discusses America's relationship with China.
Dr. Noah Feldman defines "Cool War" and explains why America should be afraid of China as a fast-rising, interdependent global superpower.
Justice has finally been served for a cold-blooded killer who has been at large for over 150 years.
Sunlight treats high blood pressure, and marijuana improves metabolism.
Every few years the Census Bureau shows up on people's front porches like a drunk ex-boyfriend, so Congressman Jeff Duncan attempts to stop it.
Stephen says goodnight.
The IRS targets tax-exempt organizations that don't have to reveal their donors, and acting commissioner Steve Miller loses his job.
Obama's scandals encircle Stephen.
Angry Republicans don't know where Benghazi is, and journalist Jonathan Karl admits that he never saw the rumored Benghazi cover-up e-mail.
Stephen's lawyer explains that Colbert Super PAC SHH!'s tax-exempt status was never granted because he never filed for it.
Environmental journalist David Sassoon discusses dilbit spills, climate change and his online publication, InsideClimate News.
The Obama administration fails to prosecute wind energy companies for killing eagles, and China launches a Middle East peace proposal.
Texas law student Cody Wilson is very clear about why he wants to make plastic firearms and high-capacity magazines available online.
Harvard University's Daniel Lieberman explains that human beings are among the best long-distance runners in the world because they're good at sweating.
Stephen goes almost barefoot.
Windmills have their shortcomings, printable weapons threaten gun control, and Dr. Daniel Lieberman discusses his research on long-distance running.
The House Judiciary Committee grills Attorney General Eric Holder, and Louie Gohmert accuses Holder of casting aspersions on his asparagus.
Openly black Congresswoman Gwen Moore discusses big government, class warfare and Paul Ryan's budget.
Megastar Cyndi Lauper shares the story of a shoe factory owner and drag queen from Broadway's hit musical "Kinky Boots."
According to the United Nations, all New Yorkers with bed bugs are technically ranchers raising healthy sources of fat, protein and fiber.
Congresswoman Gwen Moore talks about growing up on welfare, getting to know Scott Walker and posing on an imaginary Harley.
Stephen sports a pair of tall, red boots.
Jason Richwine's 2009 racist immigration paper had no influence on the Heritage Foundation's racist immigration paper co-written by Jason Richwine.
New representatives should get to do all the good votes they weren't there for, like repealing Obamacare, ending Prohibition and declaring war on Japan.
Congress compromises on immigration reform, Maxim never changes, and bestselling author Dan Brown sits down with Stephen.