Lena Dunham shares her approach to handling Internet critics and discusses the creative process behind her memoir "Not That Kind of Girl" and her television show "Girls."
The Secret Service blunders the handling of an intruder in the White House, leading to several creative recommendations for how to increase security.
In the wake of an unsettling break-in, the White House draws inspiration from the movie "Home Alone" to update its security.
The media adopts an inappropriately ominous tone in its coverage of the first confirmed case of Ebola within the United States.
The White House's faith in Secret Service Director Julia Pierson takes a sharp turn after three days of successive press conferences.
Stephen Colbert visits the news desk to announce his plans after winning television.
After an intruder breaches security and is caught on the steps of the White House, Jason Jones reveals what the Secret Service really does while the Obamas are away.
In his book "Before the First Shots Are Fired," General Tony Zinni discusses the need for regional and international cooperation to effectively build democracy.
Steven Johnson discusses how the objects we often take for granted are the result of some of the world's greatest innovations in his book and mini-series "How We Got to Now."
The U.N. Climate Summit draws leaders together from around the world to make little to no headway on the climate change crisis.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert discusses how the show's fame has made it almost impossible to trick the interviewees anymore. He relates a story of an unsuspecting guest who thought orange juice was turning people gay.
With the NFL struggling to properly address rampant domestic and child abuse by its star players, the beer company Anheuser-Busch steps in to offer moral guidance.
Zephyr Teachout examines the history of money's corrosive influence on politics in her book "Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United."
Jenny Nordberg describes how Afghan girls are raised as sons in order to bypass the country's strict gender segregation in her book "The Underground Girls of Kabul."
Host Jon Stewart and correspondent Stephen Colbert talk about material that can't be used. Colbert tells the story of how he got sued over a piece.
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