The Colbert ReportS10 E83Biz Stone Pt. 2
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone chats about the origins of his book "Things a Little Bird Told Me" and discusses his social app, Jelly.
The Colbert ReportS10 E83Intro - 3/31/14
"Law & Order" actor B.D. Wong helps Stephen recover from a nightmarish weekend.
The Colbert ReportS10 E83Sign Off - Bud Light Lime
Stephen ends the night with a cold one.
The Colbert ReportS10 E83Emoji Ethnicity
Apple announces a more inclusive array of emoticons when critics charge that emoji characters lack diversity.
The Colbert ReportS10 E83Stephen's #CancelColbert Mea Culpa
Stephen's attempt to bridge a cultural divide leads to the demise of his charity foundation.
The Colbert ReportS10 E83Who's Attacking Me Now? - #CancelColbert
The Interwebs nearly swallow Stephen whole after the dark forces of Twitter descend on The Report.
The Colbert ReportS10 E84John Malkovich
John Malkovich discusses his role in "Cesar Chavez," the importance of labor rights and his natural fragrance.
The Colbert ReportS10 E84Union Push for College Athletes - Ramogi Huma
College Athletes Players Association founder Ramogi Huma argues that student athletes should be entitled to collective bargaining rights and coverage for medical expenses.
The Colbert ReportS10 E84Obamacare Victory Lap
The Obama administration claims victory after more than 7 million people sign up for the Affordable Care Act.
The Colbert ReportS10 E84Union Push for College Athletes
A National Labor Relations Board ruling opens the door for unionized college sports.
The Colbert ReportS10 E85U.N. Climate Change Report
A U.N. study warns that climate change could destabilize human civilization, but Exxon Mobil accentuates the positive.
The Colbert ReportS10 E85Sign Off - Comedy Central App
Stephen introduces the Comedy Central app, available wherever free apps are sold.
The Colbert ReportS10 E85Dan Harris
ABC News correspondent Dan Harris describes how an on-air panic attack led him to begin using meditation as a way to reduce stress and focus on the present.
The Colbert ReportS10 E85The Word - Silent But Deadly
A scarcity of lethal injection drugs leads to botched executions, and Tennessee's capital punishment law allows the state to hide unpleasant details from the public.
The Colbert ReportS10 E85Silicon Valley's Cosmetic Surgery Boom
Silicon Valley sees a surge in plastic surgery due to the tech industry's preference for younger workers.
The Colbert ReportS10 E86Supreme Court Ruling on Aggregate Campaign Funding
The Supreme Court lifts a ban on unlimited campaign contributions, citing the premise that money is a form of speech.
The Colbert ReportS10 E86Supreme Court Ruling on Aggregate Campaign Funding - Emily Bazelon
Slate's Emily Bazelon describes how the McCutcheon v. FEC decision could place a large amount of influence in the hands of a few wealthy donors.
The Colbert ReportS10 E86Holy Grail Discovery
Spanish historians claim to have found the cup that Jesus drank from at the Last Supper.
The Colbert ReportS10 E86Mark Mazzetti
The New York Times's Mark Mazzetti discusses "The Way of the Knife," his book detailing the CIA's expansive secret military campaigns since 9/11.