Musician Sting sits down with Stephen to discuss the Rainforest Foundation and his latest solo album "The Last Ship."
Chief operation officer of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg talks to Stephen about her new book "Lean In: For Graduates."
British primatologist and anthropologist Jane Goodall discusses her latest book "Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonder from the World of Plants."
Stephen speaks with mathematician Edward Frenkel, author of the book "Love and Math: The Heart of Hidden Reality."
Stephen welcomes journalist Mark Mazzetti to the show to talk about his book "The Way of the Knife: The CIA, a Secret Army, and a War at the Ends of the Earth."
ABC News correspondent Dan Harris sits down with Stephen to discuss his book "10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works - A True Story."
Stephen chats with John Malkovich about his role in the movie "Cesar Chavez."
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone talks about his book "Things a Little Bird Told Me: Confessions of the Creative Mind."
Director Darren Aronofsky discusses his new film "Noah."
Stephen talks to filmmaker Errol Morris about his latest documentary "The Unknown Known."
Former president of the United States Jimmy Carter sits down with Stephen to discuss his new book "A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power."
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston stops by the show to talk about his new role in the Broadway play "All the Way."
Historian Simon Schama discusses his five-part PBS documentary "The Story of the Jews."
Stephen talks with Maria Shriver, executive producer of the documentary "Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life & Times of Katrina Gilbert."
Journalist Ronan Farrow stops by to discuss his new show on MSNBC "Ronan Farrow Daily."
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about his new documentary series "Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey."
David Letterman announces his retirement from "Late Show," and Stephen marvels at the challenge of filling his shoes.
The Interwebs nearly swallow Stephen whole after the dark forces of Twitter descend on The Report.
Renowned scientist Jane Goodall discusses her book "Seeds of Hope" and explains why she shifted her research focus from chimpanzees to plant life.
Bryan Cranston discusses his role as Lyndon Johnson in Broadway's "All the Way" and reflects on LBJ's habit of talking about his balls.
Spanish historians claim to have found the cup that Jesus drank from at the last supper.
Former governor Jeb Bush risks his standing among Republicans by declaring illegal immigration to be "an act of love."
Stephen prepares to go head-to-head and knee-to-knee with former president Jimmy Carter.
Cable news coverage of Malaysia's missing Flight 370 veers into bizarre conversations about black holes and "zombie planes."
Facebook C.O.O. Sheryl Sandberg shares insights from her book "Lean In" and makes the case for encouraging young girls to become leaders.
In a desperate bid to attract young viewers, morning news shows upgrade their sets with Internet-themed hangout spaces.
John Malkovich discusses his role in "Cesar Chavez," the importance of labor rights and his natural fragrance.
The Obama Administration claims victory after more than 7 million people sign up for the Affordable Care Act.
Ronan Farrow discusses digital media as a tool for civic action and his MSNBC show, "Ronan Farrow Daily."
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone describes his initial hesitance with using hashtags and introduces Stephen to the platform's secret kill switch.
Stephen coaches his team through the Puppy Bowl, tries his hand at dressage, and coaxes a snail to predict election outcomes.
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