Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton, Lindsey Graham and many of Jon's other top targets say goodbye.
Tags: craig kilborn, olivia munn, birthdays, aging, rob riggle, appearances, lookin' good, arby's, chris christie, charles rangel, charles schumer, hillary clinton, mika brzezinski, joe scarborough, drinking, alcohol, insults, rahm emanuel, wolf blitzer, lindsey graham, john kerry, bill o'reilly, john mccain, puppets, ed helms, sexual advances, guantanamo bay, rage, john oliver, tv
A Florida man pulls off a not-so-secret operation to fly onto the Capitol lawn in a gyrocopter.
Guantanamo Bay prisoner Gitmo weighs in on America's plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
Tags: cuba, barack obama, international relations, diplomacy, socialism, dictators, ted cruz, marco rubio, fidel castro, raul castro, democracy, torture, human rights, gitmo's world, puppets, prison, guantanamo bay, voting, elections, florida, stereotypes
In a historic move, President Obama announces a plan to lift the U.S. embargo against Cuba.
Tags: cold war update, cold war, communism, cuba, international affairs, diplomacy, barack obama, elian gonzalez, fidel castro, guantanamo bay, pope francis, vatican, travel, flying, vacations, cars/trucks
President Obama agrees to a controversial prisoner swap that critics find both joyous and troubling.
Ken Roth talks Human Rights Watch, an organization that investigates and exposes human rights abuse.
Stephen wonders about role models for white children and dons a ghillie suit to warn against gun control.
Fox News' Eric Bolling reveals how much money America saved thanks to Ariel Castro's suicide.
Gitmo turns out shocking news, and Bryan Cranston talks "Breaking Bad."
Gitmo inmates read "Fifty Shades of Grey," and bears become godless twerking machines.
Alex Gibney discusses his documentary, "We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks."
Tags: alex gibney, interviews, documentaries, wikileaks, bradley manning, julian assange, intelligence, crime, trials/hearings, iraq, wars, iraq war, bush administration, obama administration, spying, media, security, international affairs, stephen colbert, guantanamo bay
Stephen breaks down recent military scandals.
JAG lawyer Charles Swift discusses Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the 2008 detainees release under Bush.
At Guantanamo, foodboarding is the new waterboarding.
Tags: guantanamo bay, cuba, prison, war on terror, protests, laws, terrorism, crime, trials/hearings, controversies, barack obama, torture, accountability, superheroes, audience interaction, morality, congress, security, impressions, death, kay bailey hutchison
Neal Katyal discusses the trial's mysterious kill switch and the fate of Gitmo's inmates.
Tags: neal katyal, appearances, guantanamo bay, prison, 9/11, trials/hearings, khalid sheikh mohammed, military, intelligence, war on terror, wars, crime, terrorism, censorship, cuba, international affairs, soviet union
An unseen force flips on an emergency red light and cuts audio to reporters during the 9/11 trial.
Tags: guantanamo bay, prison, 9/11, trials/hearings, khalid sheikh mohammed, military, cia, intelligence, george w. bush, barack obama, media, war on terror, wars, terrorism, censorship, cuba, international affairs
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