In a desperate bid to attract young viewers, morning news shows upgrade their sets with Internet-themed hangout spaces.
After years of stagnant wages in the U.S., Canada's middle class becomes the wealthiest in the world.
Michael Fassbender discusses his role in "Frank," a film about an eccentric band leader who wears a papier-mache head.
Antonin Scalia's argument that gay marriage is a slippery slope gains traction after a lesbian trio ties the knot in Massachusetts.
Bette Midler chats about the reissue of her memoir "A View from A Broad," growing up in Hawaii and making a successful career out of being "Divine."
In a shocking international incident, Orlando Bloom takes a swing at Justin Bieber while at a restaurant in Spain.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar weighs in on L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling's bigoted remarks, arguing that more white people believe in ghosts than in racism.
"The Nixon Defense" author John Dean discusses the extent of President Nixon's knowledge of the Watergate break-in and ensuing cover-up.
Cable news coverage of Malaysia's missing Flight 370 veers into bizarre conversations about black holes and "zombie planes."
Bryan Cranston discusses his role as Lyndon Johnson in Broadway's "All the Way" and reflects on LBJ's habit of talking about his balls.
Stephen reads his viewer mail and ponders the pros and cons of two American classics.
John Malkovich discusses his role in "Cesar Chavez," the importance of labor rights and his natural fragrance.
Oklahoma Satanists unveil a statue of the devil to counter a Ten Commandments display at the State Capitol building.
Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky describes his company's emergence as a global enterprise and weighs in on the larger implications of the sharing economy.
Former governor Jeb Bush risks his standing among Republicans by declaring illegal immigration to be "an act of love."
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