Ben Stiller stops by and talks about his new movie "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and Blind Boys of Alabama help Stephen close out Christmas Carol Week.
Keanu Reeves talks about his new film "47 Ronin" and Aaron Neville and MusiCorps join in the Christmas Carol Week festivities."
Author Elizabeth Gilbert stops by to talk about her new book "The Signature of All Things."
Alex Blumberg, contributing editor for NPR's "Planet Money," discusses an entertaining take on the global economy.
Scientist and Harvard professor David Keith argues the benefits of using technology to slow the pace of global warming.
Alan Mulally, President and CEO of Ford Motor Company, stops by The Colbert Report.
Fox News, Whistleblowers on Benghazi Attacks, Donna Edwards, Senior Citizens, Promposals, Douglas Rushkoff
Jason Collins Comes Out, New Zealand, Defensive Conservatives, Criminals and Yelp, Iggy Pop and the Stooges
House of Representatives, Repeal Obamacare, Immigration Study, Hispanics, Maxim, Miley Cyrus, Dan Brown
cOlbert\'s Book Club, Conspiracy Theorists, Government Ammunition Purchases, Robert Caro
Irish Potato Famine Science, Pot, Metabolism, Jeff Duncan, Census, Noah Feldman on China
JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon comes under fire for sending an excessively decadent Christmas card.
Stephen joins the Blind Boys of Alabama for a performance of 'Go Tell It on the Mountain.'
'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson makes disparaging comments about gays and waxes nostalgic for the Jim Crow era.
Fox News's Peter Johnson Jr. reminds viewers that Christmas is a time to be scared and angry.
JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon sends an opulent Christmas card, 'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson offers romantic advice, and Stephen baffles Ben Stiller.
Ben Stiller discusses the power of imagination, celebrating the holidays and his movie, 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.'
Stephen and Billy Crystal vie for a Grammy, a Ted Cruz coloring book becomes a bestseller, customer satisfaction is bad for business, and Keanu Reeves attempts to sit quietly.
Ben Stiller discusses the power of imagination, celebrating the holidays and his movie, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty."
The retail giant receives 23,000 job applications for 600 jobs, making Walmart America's most selective institution.
When Colorado's marijuana law takes effect, buying weed could become as easy as buying cigarettes.
Venezuela's president conducts a reign of festive terror by declaring an early beginning to the Christmas season.
As the dispute over Santa's skin color continues, the Germans argue that Father Christmas belongs to them.
A study by Bloomberg Businessweek indicates that customer satisfaction might actually be bad for business.
Stephen joins Aaron Neville and members of MusiCorps for a performance of 'Silent Night.'
'47 Ronin' star Keanu Reeves learns about the three things that make Stephen angry and offers his own contributions to the 'Sad Keanu' meme.