Stephen signs off and breaks out into song.
"Feminist Frequency" creator Anita Sarkeesian weighs in on the Gamergate controversy and the pervasiveness of sexism in video games.
In a desperate bid to attract young viewers, morning news shows upgrade their sets with Internet-themed hangout spaces.
Poet, actor and musician Saul Williams chats about his role in the Tupac-inspired musical, "Holler If Ya Hear Me."
"Sally Ride" author Lynn Sherr discusses the life and legacy of NASA's first woman in space.
ABC News correspondent Dan Harris describes how an on-air panic attack led him to discover meditation as a means of reducing stress and focusing on the present.
The New York Times's Mark Mazzetti discusses "The Way of the Knife," his book detailing the CIA's expansive secret military campaigns since 9/11.
The federal government inserts its own agenda into Halloween, spoiling America's spooky-time fun.
Stephen takes Jimmy Carter to task for his liberal ways, and the former president expands on his book "A Call to Action."
The Interwebs nearly swallow Stephen whole after the dark forces of Twitter descend on The Report.
"A Window On Eternity" author Edward O. Wilson explains why he chose to study ants and describes the uniquely rich biodiversity of Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park.
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."
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.
A Senate report finds that the CIA misled the public about the effectiveness of enhanced interrogation techniques.
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