Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, March 7. Part 1 of 2.
Late Night exposes dogs for what they really are.
Chevron goes on a charm offensive after causing a fatal explosion, and the FDA crams knowledge down America's brain-throat.
The Headline News network embraces social media in an effort to win over web-savvy millennials.
Food labels draw suspicion, a cable channel reinvents itself, and Beau Willimon discusses his Netflix series, 'House of Cards.'
'House of Cards' creator Beau Willimon discusses his award-winning series and its depiction of power, corruption and intrigue in Washington politics.
Bill O'Reilly ponders a Hillary Clinton presidency and suggests that women aren't fit for the office.
Bill O'Reilly warns against electing a woman president, Headline News rebrands itself, and Beau Willimon describes the dramatic power of having characters address the camera.
Stephen says goodnight.
The gay-stream media compares Arizona's refusal of service bill to Jim Crow laws, but Rep. Steve King argues that 'self-professed behavior' doesn't qualify for civil rights.
Russia and Ukraine struggle for control of Crimea, a region that has faced invasion and occupation for millennia.
Obama squares off with Vladimir Putin, Rep. Steve King seeks proof of homosexuality, and Stephen shows his special glasses to Jaron Lanier.
Stephen tinkers with Cold War spy technology.
'Who Owns the Future?' author Jaron Lanier discusses the challenges of creating a fair and sustainable economy in the digital age.
Ukraine flirts with disaster, controversy erupts over gay marriage, and Jaron Lanier chats about his book, 'Who Owns the Future?'
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