Chicago artist Theaster Gates expands on his efforts to beautify abandoned spaces and revitalize poor neighborhoods.
Patrick Stewart makes the case for repealing Obamacare, the Headline News network gets desperate, and Stephen speaks out on behalf of women.
Thanks to the efforts of peeping patriot Michael Robertson, Massachusetts allows unauthorized groin photography.
Stephen demonstrates his feminist bona fides, Warner Music maintains strict ownership of 'Happy Birthday,' and artist Theaster Gates ponders an uncomfortable question.
Stephen lets freedom ring.
Stephen celebrates the birthday of 'Happy Birthday,' and Warner Music collects millions in royalties from the song.
Innovative beauty products hit the market, copyright lawsuits get out of hand, and Theaster Gates transforms poor neighborhoods through art.
Societal pressure to be thin leads to millions of eating disorders, and the beauty industry serves an all-you-can't-eat buffet.
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.
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