Jeff must save Earth from destruction in this exclusive look at the animated short's early stages.
Jason Jones debates cold war history with Russian officials in Moscow.
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If America defaults on its debt, President Obama will just have to pick which programs get funded.
Richard Dawkins discusses the incompatibility of religious and scientific beliefs.
Richard Dawkins lays out the dangers of technological advancement.
America avoids a fiscal crisis, Bill O'Reilly faces the PC police, and Jimmy Wales talks Wikipedia.
Congress kicks difficult spending decisions down the road, and everyone agrees John Boehner sucks.
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The Supreme Court takes on gay marriage.
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Rogue asteroids and missiles all but confirm apocalyptic Mayan prophecies.
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"The Fate of the Species" author Fred Guterl hopes humanity muddles through solving climate change.
Scientific American editor Fred Guterl talks scary viruses in his book, "The Fate of the Species."
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Fred Guterl says science must walk a fine line in researching scary diseases like avian flu.
Jon calls an audible on asteroid mining, so Neil deGrasse Tyson plays "Bulls**t or No Bulls**t."
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