Texas Representative Louie Gohmert takes issue with the rough treatment of his produce.
Harvard University's Daniel Lieberman explains that human beings are among the best long-distance runners in the world because they're good at sweating.
Larry Wilmore considers whether or not American democracy can survive with the same ethnicity dominating the White House over and over again for years on end.
Hillary Clinton wins her second victory in the ridiculously premature Democratic presidential primary, and Joe Biden has lunch with President Obama all the time.
Windmills have their shortcomings, printable weapons threaten gun control, and Dr. Daniel Lieberman discusses his research on long-distance running.
The Obama administration fails to prosecute wind energy companies for killing eagles, and China launches a Middle East peace proposal.
The House Judiciary Committee grills Attorney General Eric Holder, and Louie Gohmert accuses Holder of casting aspersions on his asparagus.
George Packer charts the decline of American institutions through both the country's major decision makers and its regular citizens.
The hero of Disney's "Brave" gets a controversial makeover, threatening a longstanding arrangement with America's parents.
Stephen goes almost barefoot.
Texas law student Cody Wilson is very clear about why he wants to make plastic firearms and high-capacity magazines available online.
Cable TV giants Bill O'Reilly and Jon Stewart went head-to-head this week of the invitation of rapper Common to a White House poetry reading.
Jon Stewart takes us back in time to revisit the Ghosts of National Security Past.
In this video, we learn all about the history and life of Jon Stewart.
Former Maine Senator Olympia Snowe shares her perspective on the lack of bipartisanship in American government, and offers suggestions for fixing the system.