Chef Jamie Oliver chats about his book "Comfort Food" and trades favorite childhood dishes with Stephen.
Stephen compliments his dessert with a giant wedge of cheese.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un disappears from the public eye due to problems related to his dangerous obsession with cheese.
Pundits react to President Obama's statements on ISIS by suggesting that he's parroting George W. Bush.
Hillary Clinton takes on the role of grandmother, and a conservative website dredges up a letter she sent to Saul Alinsky in 1971.
In a desperate bid to attract young viewers, morning news shows upgrade their sets with Internet-themed hangout spaces.
Sting chats about the origins of his Broadway-bound musical "The Last Ship" and explains his passion for rainforest preservation.
After years of stagnant wages in the U.S., Canada's middle class becomes the wealthiest in the world.
"Love and Math" author Edward Frenkel makes the case for appreciating the inherent beauty and power of mathematics.
Barack Obama makes an announcement recommitting to military action in Iraq, but there are still lingering questions about the president's word choice.
The Interwebs nearly swallow Stephen whole after the dark forces of Twitter descend on The Report.
Antonin Scalia's argument that gay marriage is a slippery slope gains traction after a lesbian trio ties the knot in Massachusetts.
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger discusses his book "World Order" and predicts the outcome of Barack Obama's speech about ISIS militants.
Errol Morris shares insights from "The Unknown Known," his documentary about Donald Rumsfeld and his role in the Iraq War.
Renowned scientist Jane Goodall discusses her book "Seeds of Hope" and explains why she shifted her research focus from chimpanzees to plant life.
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