2007 March 08
00:33 — News War: What's Happening to the News?
03:48 — It's Thanksgiving week and Stephen's got a lot of turkey-related questions. Only one thing to do about that: call up the good people at the Butterball (more…)
01:26 — Every news anchor has a few dream stories they wish they'd gotten to report, and Ted Koppel's no different.
03:21 — Sylvester Stallone stuck to his guns when he was trying to sell the screenplay for "Rocky," refusing to give it up unless he was given the title role, (more…)
01:06 — Vander into the vild vorld of Vulfpeck.
03:43 — Ted Koppel stops by to talk about his new book "Lights Out," but first, Stephen asks him for some insight on the state of journalism.
00:17 — NASCAR Sprint Cup winner Kyle Busch is disappointed that his car doesn't turn into a robot.
01:07 — Want to avoid uncomfortable family situations this Thanksgiving? Larry Wilmore has all the advice you need.
06:56 — It's Thanksgiving week and Stephen's got a lot of turkey-related questions. Only one thing to do about that: call up the good people at the Butterball (more…)
03:47 — Fresh off his win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Kyle Busch faces off against Stephen in the "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Cinnamon Toast Crunch 400. (more…)
12:30 — S10 Ep1
03:53 — Ted Koppel warns about the threat of a cyberattack that could literally mean "Lights Out" for millions of Americans in a fascinating new book.
07:27 — On Nightline, Ted Koppel talks about Martha Stewart's verdict with a juror on the case, a Wall Street Trader, Rosie O'Donnell and Martha Stewart.
01:36 — The MTP panel discuss Ted Koppel's latest book on cyber-terrorism and how it affects the presidential race.
08:01 — Ted Koppel turns ABC's disaster simulation into a gameshow featuring John Glenn and Jesse Jackson trying to dodge current issues.
04:58 — The View Hot Topic: Fox News - News or Ideology
Stephen wants the judge in the Scooter Libby trial to apologize, and he can't wait to see Ted Koppel in the tank for shark week.
Ted Koppel suggests that Stephen reconsider prancing around in front of the audience.
The MTP panel discuss Ted Koppel's latest book on cyber-terrorism and how it affects the presidential race.