Stephen leads the Nation in his take on the Harlem Shake.
Stephen pulls up David Leonhardt's book on his iPad.
The New York Times Washington bureau chief David Leonhardt discusses S&P's defense, private bank suits and the AIG bailout.
Banks become 'too big to jail,' David Leonhardt dissects the S&P lawsuit, Wells Fargo nails a petty criminal, and Gavin Newsom dubs middle-aged adults 'digital immigrants.'
One bank finally nails the highest level white-collar mortgage banker to date: a 68-year-old customer service representative.
Valentine's Day should be spent guzzling skins full of wine, sacrificing goats to Venus, and whipping women to promote fertility.
The Lieutenant Governor of California shares his book, 'Citizenville: How to Take the Town Square Digital and Reinvent Government.'
The government grows a pair and goes after S&P for giving AAA ratings to what they knew were worthless securities.
Phil Hansen almost bailed on a promising career as an artist when he developed a shake in his hand. Instead, he embraced the shake, using objects like live worms, and his own torso to create his art. His story is the subject of the Last Call Spotlight.
WEB EXCLUSIVE—How do communities overcome local food issues like food deserts and big-box grocery stores?
As author Raj Patel explains, the rise in food policy councils can have a major impact on the availability of healthy, fresh food — from establishing farmers markets to sanctioning plots for local gardens to building support for junk food bans.
Web Exclusive—There may be no such thing as a free lunch but, for millions of schoolchildren, there is a free healthy breakfast every day that goes uneaten.
As Share Our Strength founder Bill Shore explains, the free breakfast program could do wonders for underprivileged children, ensuring they get a healthy start to their day. The problem is getting kids to school early enough to take advantage of it, but one pilot program in Los Angeles appears to be working.
WEB EXCLUSIVE—Lifestyle changes that rely on diet, exercise, stress management, and social well-being—without drugs and surgery—could be the future of medicine.
Guests: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Ziggy Marley, Walter Kirn, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Monica Mehta.
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Gavin Newsom sits down with Stephen to discuss his new book "Citizenville: How to Take the Town Square Digital and Reinvent Government."
Guests: George Stephanopoulos, actor Alan Cumming ('The Tempest'), journalist Robin Wright, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, political satirist PJ O'Rourke. HBO's acclaimed series hosted by politically incorrect muse Bill Maher features an opening monologue, 'roundtable' discussions with Maher and a guest forum, segments with other special guests, special taped segments, and Maher's popular 'New Rules' segment.
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Charlie Begins The Evening With A Discussion By Phone With John Burns From Baghdad About Iraq And The New Interim Government. Then, Charlie Holds A Conversation With Dexter Filkins Via Satellite On The Same Topic. Finally, Charlie Finishes The Discussion About The Interim Government With Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger.
A Conversation With Rudolph Giuliani, Former Mayor Of New York, About His Experience During 9/11 And His Assessment Of The Current Administrations Handling Of The War On Terror. Also, Gavin Newsom, Newly Inaugurated Mayor Of San Francisco, Talks About His Efforts To Legalize Same Sex Marriage.
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