Stephen pays tribute to the man who ended apartheid, and Rick Santorum makes a dubious comparison.
Stephen announces his Grammy nomination for 'America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't.'
'A Case For Climate Engineering' author David Keith explains his proposal to use geoengineering as a means of slowing climate change.
Stephen says goodnight.
Fox News's John Stossel argues against charitable giving, Stephen vies for a Grammy, and guest David Keith discusses his book, 'A Case For Climate Engineering.'
Inspired by John Stossel's expos on the homeless, Stephen goes undercover as a man who is convincingly poor.
Bill O'Reilly claims that Jesus wouldn't support food stamps, and John Stossel goes undercover to prove that the homeless are no-good scammers.
A state legalizes recreational marijuana, Republicans reach out to women, and Stephen sits down with Alan Mulally, CEO of the Ford Motor Company.
Stephen dips into his viewer mail and weighs the pros and cons of certain super powers.
When Colorado's marijuana law takes effect, buying pot could become as easy as buying cigarettes.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, the 2008 auto bailout and 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.
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.