Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his film "Winter on Fire," which chronicles a 93-day protest in Ukraine.
Wolf Blitzer tries (and fails) to read the icy body language of President Obama and Vladimir Putin.
Jon shares the details of the alleged secret meeting he had with President Obama in the White House.
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Jordan Klepper pitches membership to his organization World Buddies! as an alternative to the U.N.
General Tony Zinni hopes to see America adopt a more supporting role in global governance.
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It's Constitution Day, so the comedians give thanks for things that are uniquely American.
"World Order" author Henry Kissinger explains that there are different ideas of international order.
Vladimir Putin continues to deny Russia's involvement in its blatant annexation of Ukraine.
Stephen does his best to report on what has been a very tough week for humans.
Morale hits a low point after a summer of depressing news stories.
Stephen tempers depressing world news with adorable coverage of Prince George's first toddle.
Attempts to discuss Israel's ground offensive in the Gaza Strip quickly devolve into chaos.
The crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 causes air traffic to reroute over war-torn Syria instead.
Russia threatens to kick the U.S. out of the International Space Station in 2020.
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