When you save America's most precious resource, everyone must applaud, no matter what.
Brave, heartless individuals like Rand Paul and Bob Davis fight back against mass shooting victims.
Mark Kelly shares his children's book, "Mousetronaut: Based on a (Partially) True Story."
Herman Cain explains that his Libya gaffe was nothing more than a pause.
Juan Williams discusses the effect of the cable news dynamic on political language.
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In light of Obama's inspiring Tucson memorial speech, Stephen admits to being moved by Hitler.
John Oliver reports on the Arizona tragedy from his childhood bedroom in his panda pajamas.
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