The 2014 midterm election season comes to a memorable close in Connecticut.
A Boston intruder goes on a rampage and commits a series of unconventional crimes.
Stephen writes a sitcom for straight people, and refuses to get sucked into Anna Wintour's gay world.
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John Harwood, Katrina vanden Heuvel and David Cassidy consider the GOP presidential frontrunners.
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The Ukraine ends its practice of forcing bears to drink vodka, and a bear shifts in the woods.
John Oliver stumbles on the sole example of bipartisan cooperation actually living in the wild.
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Even Sarah Palin's grizzly bear can't save Karen Handel from the gay monster in Georgia's primary.
The FBI pulls Faisal Shahzad off a flight and makes a last-second arrest, just like in an action movie.
Connecticut's 42nd appears once every 100 years and has a proud tradition of unicorn breeding.
John Oliver predicts that the presidency following George W. Bush's is going to be rough.
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Jon Stewart and special correspondent Dan Rather examine midterm election results.
The latest polls have Alan Schlesinger at six percent, with a margin of error of plus or minus six percent.
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