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Controversy rocks the NFL, Obama faces criticism for trading with the Taliban, and rock legend Chrissie Hynde performs songs from her album "Stockholm."
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North Korea unveils a sports drink made from mushrooms, football players sue the NFL over painkiller abuse, and Rio de Janeiro struggles to prepare for the 2016 Olympics.
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A German art museum captivates audiences with an organic 3D printout of Vincent van Gogh's severed ear.
Scott Fistler's "Cesar Chavez" StrategyThe Colbert ReportS10
After losing two elections in a heavily Hispanic district, Republican candidate Scott Fistler rebrands himself as Cesar Chavez.
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"Mating in Captivity" author Esther Perel explores the complex and often unconscious desires that can drive people to have affairs.
Fox News's War on Bowe BergdahlThe Colbert ReportS10
Fox News pundits work tirelessly to cast rescued Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl as a Taliban-loving traitor.
The Enemy Within - Bina the Activist AndroidThe Colbert ReportS10
Sirius Satellite Radio founder Martine Rothblatt invents a black lesbian robot with a radical agenda.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars upgrade their stadium with swimming pools, and Governors Andrew Cuomo and Jerry Brown agree to a low-stakes hockey bet.
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A computer passes the famous Turing Test by successfully disguising itself as a 13-year-old boy.
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The Word - Debt or PrisonThe Colbert ReportS10
States respond to rising prison costs by charging expensive court fees and jailing defendants for unpaid debts.
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