Somebody before Pope Francis should have mentioned that believing in God was optional to get into Heaven.
Stephen will be thin as a rail after taking a week off.
Retired Colonel Andrew Bacevich reviews President Obama's drone program speech and reveals the last time Congress declared war.
The New York Times' C.J. Chivers explains the ways in which the Syrians and Iraqis are involved in the same civil war.
President Obama wants to repeal 60 words of eternal war-justifying deliciousness, but Senator Lindsey Graham would rather broaden Obama's war powers.
Matt Berninger from The National talks about Cincinnati's staple spaghetti dish, perfectionism and his band's meaningless moniker.
The National performs "Graceless" from their sixth studio album, "Trouble Will Find Me."
House Speaker John Boehner wants to send someone to jail, and IRS official Lois Lerner refuses to testify in front of Congress.
Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul say hemp is different from marijuana, and black-market Disney guides help rich families skip ride lines.
PBS drops a documentary called "Citizen Koch" because they feared the reaction of billionaire sponsor David Koch.
PBS deals with a scandal, and indie rockers The National share their dark gloomy music.
Every few years the Census Bureau shows up on people's front porches like a drunk ex-boyfriend, so Congressman Jeff Duncan attempts to stop it.
Stephen says goodnight.
An unexpected treatment alleviates heart disease, the government meddles in people's private lives, and Harvard's Noah Feldman discusses America's relationship with China.
Justice has finally been served for a cold-blooded killer who has been at large for over 150 years.