A state legalizes recreational marijuana, Republicans reach out to women, and guest Alan Mulally is the CEO of the Ford Motor Company.
Stephen dips into his viewer mail and weighs the pros and cons of both flight and invisibility.
When Colorado's marijuana law takes effect, buying weed could become as easy as buying cigarettes.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, the 2008 auto bailout, and his views on revitalizing Detroit's economy.
The power of invisibility comes with a cost, Stephen gives the GOP advice on how to talk to women, and Ford CEO Allen Mulally talks about the Mustang's legacy.
Stephen says goodnight.
A majority of women hold an unfavorable view of the GOP, but Republicans are educating themselves on how to connect with the ladies.
Ricardo Baca discusses his responsibilities as the Denver Post's marijuana editor and describes how pot will be taxed and regulated in Colorado.
A turkey loses its bid for a pardon, the McRib is shrouded in mystery, Stephen takes the robotic 'Double' for a spin, and Ford's Alan Mulally discusses the Mustang.
Obama's Common Core curriculum wages a war on cursive, and the RNC reminds everyone that Rosa Parks ended racism.
The Equal Justice Initiative's Bryan Stevenson makes the case for reforming America's criminal justice system.
The 2013 Congress is the least productive in history, but at least there's bipartisan support for chimp retirement benefits.
Conservatives are unfairly accused of racial insensitivity, the Freedom Ship provides limited freedom, and Stephen has a color-blind conversation with Bryan Stevenson.
With its world-class amenities and sprawling mall, the Freedom Ship has everything the stateless billionaire tycoon needs.