The New York Times's C.J. Chivers describes how the secrecy surrounding Iraq's chemical weapons prevented injured troops from getting medical care.
The gubernatorial debate between Charlie Crist and Rick Scott kicks off with a heated controversy over an electric fan.
Stephen rocks out with retro technology.
"Excellent Sheep" author William Deresiewicz argues that Ivy League schools are failing to provide students with the tools needed for a full and meaningful life.
The New York Times reports that thousands of chemical weapons were found in Iraq, causing Stephen to party like it's 2003.
Stephen threatens to sue Google CEO Larry Page after discovering that the search engine understated his height by an entire inch.
Stephen says goodnight.
Writer-director Justin Simien shares a clip from "Dear White People" and talks about the concept of microaggression.
President Obama reverses his position on nuclear weapons, and Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee outsources America's superheroes.
Sean Hannity takes time out from covering the news to answer flattering personal questions from viewers.
More states legalize same-sex marriage, and the Vatican releases a statement preaching the acceptance of gays.
"Special Deluxe" author Neil Young talks about his passion for cars, the Pono music player and protecting the environment.
Stephen ends the night with Neil Young's "Special Deluxe: A Memoir of Life & Cars."
A Republican ad targets female voters by comparing Florida Governor Rick Scott to the perfect wedding dress.
Neil Young and Stephen express conflicting environmental views in this performance of "Who's Gonna Stand Up? (and Save the Earth)."
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