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"Poems to Learn by Heart" author Caroline Kennedy encourages people to steal her book with their minds.
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Someone tries to poison Obama, and a major breakthrough occurs in the reporting of all the things people don't know yet about the Boston bombings.
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The host of NPR's "Planet Money" describes what shady people do with bitcoins.
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Alan Cumming discusses Broadway's production of "Macbeth," set in a psychiatric unit.
"Accidental Racist" SongThe Colbert ReportS9
Brad Paisley is so committed to kick starting a dialogue between blacks and whites that he starts one mid-song with LL Cool J.
Gun Control BlockThe Colbert ReportS9
Thanks to a Senate minority, Americans no longer have to live in fear of some maniac coming after those they love with a background check bill.
Richard EngelThe Colbert ReportS9
NBC's chief foreign correspondent talks about visiting South Korea, traveling back in time in North Korea, and being taken hostage in Syria.
Boston Marathon "Bag Men"The Colbert ReportS9
Concrete information about the terror attacks in Boston has been slow in coming, but the New York Post doesn't let lack of facts get in the way of reporting them.
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A game-changing innovation allows Stephen to interact with the unwashed masses in Times Square.
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The Boston manhunt marks the first time an American city has been completely shut down, and some confuse the bombers' birthplace of Chechnya with the Czech Republic.
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Boston pulls through tragedy, the George W. Bush Library opens its doors, and Michael Pollan talks about his book, "Cooked."
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The George W. Bush Library features 43,000 artifacts, 200 million e-mails and a presidential "Choose Your Own Adventure."
Michael PollanThe Colbert ReportS9
"Cooked" author Michael Pollan explains that the most important thing about one's diet is not a nutrient -- it's an activity.
Tiny Triumphs - Infrastructure & River PollutionThe Colbert ReportS9
According to the ASCE Report Card, America can now proudly say that only 25% of its bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.
Austerity's Spreadsheet Error - Thomas HerndonThe Colbert ReportS9
Graduate student Thomas Herndon identifies little staggering omissions in a prominent academic paper, "Growth in a Time of Debt."
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