"Who Owns the Future?" author Jaron Lanier discusses the challenges of creating a fair and sustainable economy in the digital age.
Bill O'Reilly ponders a Hillary Clinton presidency and suggests that women aren't fit for the office.
U.S. gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White discuss their lifelong dedication to ice dancing, rare chemistry on the ice and the power of Charlie's hair.
"House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon discusses his award-winning series and its depiction of power, corruption and intrigue in Washington politics.
Societal pressure to be thin leads to millions of eating disorders, and the beauty industry serves an all-you-can't-eat buffet.
World Science U founder Brian Greene discusses using the Internet to teach physics and gives an overview of Einstein's theory of relativity.
Olympic victory eludes the U.S. speedskating team, and the Netherlands coach arrogantly accuses the U.S. of arrogance.
Stephen coaches his team through the Puppy Bowl, tries his hand at dressage, and coaxes a snail to predict election outcomes.
President Obama bypasses Congress to pass new overtime rules, and Fox News's Neil Cavuto warns of the hidden dangers of paying people for their work.
Stephen says goodnight.
Atheists object to a cross at the 9/11 memorial, the NSA hires a friendly advice columnist, and Colorado's marijuana industry soars.
Colorado's marijuana tycoons rake in huge profits as tourists line up for pot-infused munchies and toke-friendly vacation packages.
Things get wild on set when Steve Martin stops by, Carey Mulligan and Stephen go on a reading journey, and Kevin Spacey steals Stephen's Emmy Award.
Stephen learns to bobsled, tries his hand at curling, and beats Bob Costas to win the Olympics.
Stephen wins a Peabody Award, ends Jon Stewart's 10-year Emmy reign, and puts truthiness in the dictionary.
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