John Oliver asks would-be President Herman Cain to convince China the United States will make good on its $1.5 trillion debt.
"Crazy" Rand Paul visits Howard University, Aasif Mandvi delves into the complicated financial world of student athletics, and Edie Falco talks theater, The Sopranos and "Nurse ...
Senate Republicans thwart the UN's assault on the Second Amendment, China tunes in, and Ken Burns seeks justice in "The Central Park Five."
Virginia's "Cooch" revives the state's anti-sodomy laws, a Tennessee lawmaker takes on the young and poor, and Jimmy Carter celebrates his defeat of the guinea worm.
David Stockman predicts another economic crash, President Obama's budget proposal satisfies no one and Jessica Williams talks pubic lice with John Waters.
Danny Boyle talks "Trance" and the Queen, Rutgers University fires its basketball coach, CNN evolves goats and the news and the Department of Veterans Affairs needs help.
Congress anonymously supports genetically modified food, Republicans look to re-rebrand, and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg offers suggestions to close the gender gap.
Mary Roach demystifies the digestive process, Egypt suffers democratic growing pains and John Oliver investigates violence against guns.
Denise Kiernan investigates the women of the Manhattan Project., The Supreme Court hears gay marriage arguments and Rupert Murdoch looks to expand his reach in LA.
Eva Mendes talks "The Place Beyond the Pines", Government doesn't work for returning veterans and the Supreme Court weighs in on same-sex marriage.
"Salt Sugar Fat" author Michael Moss shares processed food industry secrets, Republicans reboot and Larry Wilmore offers the GOP minority outreach advice.
"Game of Thrones"' Peter Dinklage coins a phrase. Barack Obama brokers Middle Eastern peace and Al Madrigal investigates a lesser-known form of gun violence.
Tom Coughlin discusses his book, "Earn the Right to Win", Biological imperatives end Rand Paul's filibuster and potential papal successors gather in Rome
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the Russian meteor event, Rand Paul filibusters for real and Al Madrigal questions Puerto Rico's desire for statehood.
Sandra Day O'Connor discusses her life on the bench and her book, "Out of Order" and the Supreme Court reconsiders the Voting Rights Act.
Congress punishes itself by not punishing itself, Dennis Rodman reaches out to Kim Jong-un, and Paul Rudd discusses his life on the Supreme Court.
Rachel Maddow decodes the Supreme Court, Bob Woodward runs afoul of the White House and Jason Jones battles maple syrup addiction.
R.J. Cutler describes "The World According to Dick Cheney." , Wall Street enjoys a boom and Italy wanders into a religious and political power vacuum.
Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson discuss hunger and "A Place at the Table", Dov Hikind addresses the blackface controversy and Robert Gibbs acknowledges the drone programme.