George Stephanopoulos talks State of the Union addresses past and future, Pope Benedict XVI steps down and Harvard fails to produce the best cheaters.
Neil Barofsky talks banks and bailouts, the White House opens up about drones and the United States Postal Service changes its work schedule.
Ed Whitacre discusses GM's revival, the Obama administration is questioned over its legal basis for drone strikes and the British government addresses gay marriage.
Ray Kelly talks gun control and large sodas, Republicans explore alternative methods of voter outreach and Facebook frustrates Germany.
Education reformer Michelle Rhee discusses her book, "Radical", The Super Bowl suffers a power failure and Chinese hackers infiltrate the New York Times.
Jason Bateman discusses "Identity Thief", the Senate investigates a range of gun control measures, President Obama makes a controversial skeet-shooting remark.
Melissa McCarthy shares the story of how she first got in to comedy, would-be right-wing homesteaders envision a perfect society and homosexuality comes to the Boy Scouts and the ...
Bob Costas discusses the American cultures of guns and football, women gain access to front-line combat and North Korea promises to "settle accounts" with the United States.
Christopher Walken talks "Stand Up Guys", House Republicans press Hillary Clinton on Benghazi intelligence and China's smog problem helps America's self-esteem.
Missy Cummings shares the many applications of drones, Paul Ryan reviews President Obama's inaugural speech and Israel is no friend to Benjamin Netanyahu.
Jennifer Lopez discusses her new action film, "Parker", President Obama is sworn in for his second presidential term and Beyonce "sings" the National Anthem.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor talks "My Beloved World." and President Obama is sworn in for a second term.
Lena Dunham recounts the Golden Globes, Lance Armstrong admits to doping, the NRA goes after President Obama's children and Bob Schieffer remembers his first inauguration.
Jessica Chastain talks "Zero Dark Thirty." The White House and the NRA debate gun control measures, and House Republicans vote against Hurricane Sandy relief.
Bob Schieffer prepares for his 13th presidential inauguration, Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah and Clarence Thomas speaks for the first time in seven years.
Roger Waters battles the flu, Paul Krugman teaches brand awareness, Jessica Williams parses President Obama's personal diversity and John Oliver investigates investigations.
Josh Brolin discusses his handsome role in "Gangster Squad", the government considers minting a trillion dollar coin and Al Gore sells Current TV to Al Jazeera.