In this unedited, extended interview, Kathleen Sebelius discusses the Affordable Care Act's provisions and the rules by which insurance companies will have to abide. - Kathleen Sebelius explains the penalties that employers who do not provide employee insurance coverage by 2014 will face, in this unedited, extended interview.
Rick Perry suspends his presidential campaign and endorses Newt Gingrich, and the former House speaker's second ex-wife comes out about his request for an open marriage.
John Oliver reports from Charleston, SC, on how Newt Gingrich can use his second ex-wife's open-marriage bombshell to his advantage.
Jason Jones talks to New York businessman Lou Ferrante about the destructive consequences of government overregulation.
Wikipedia goes dark for 24 hours in protest of SOPA, raising the question: do they expect us to go to the library like a common masturbator?
Jessica Williams scouts the next freight train to Anywhere Town in an attempt to evade the law.
Mitt Romney pays the same 15% tax rate as the guy who drives that f**king bus behind him.
New York Times business columnist Joe Nocera appreciates the attention that Republican infighting has brought to private equity taxation issues. - Joe Nocera explains why America must have a housing policy in order to facilitate economic recovery, in this unedited, extended interview. - In this unedited, extended interview, Joe Nocera believes that Wall Street has become disconnected from its original purpose of feeding capital into the economy.
Newt Gingrich manages to both win the South Carolina debate and provide a fitting tribute to the late Martin Luther King Jr.
As a citizen addressing the general public, Stephen calls on the Colbert Super PAC not to run vicious character assassinations ads that can be traced back to him.
Author Jodi Kantor discusses the controversy surrounding her portrayal of Michelle Obama in her book "The Obamas."
Because of the strict FEC separation of super PAC and candidate, Jon will have to determine what to do with all of Colbert Super PAC's money on his own.
China's Foxconn houses employees who work 35-hour shifts at 31 cents an hour, thereby saving American technology companies money.
Some may quibble with the idea that Newt Gingrich must enter into the bowels of the inner city to explain to black people the power of the paycheck.
Wyatt Cenac analyzes why it took Newt Gingrich so long to be condescending and dickish to African Americans.
(Editorial note included) John Oliver interviews Froma Harrop, the president of the National Conference of Editorial Writers, to find out how to restore civility to America's public discourse.
Mitt Romney becomes the first Republican non-incumbent to win both Iowa and New Hampshire without being liked by anyone, and Jon Huntsman celebrates his third-place finish.
Aasif Mandvi, Jason Jones and Jessica Williams provide full coverage on the electoral horrors encroaching on South Carolina.
(Editors note included) In this unedited, extended interview, Senator Jim DeMint explains why he thinks that federal programs make people dependent on the government. Jim DeMint discusses the Bush tax cuts and endorses a flat tax with no loopholes in this unedited, extended interview. In this unedited, extended interview, Jim DeMint proposes corporate tax code reforms that will incentivize businesses to keep jobs in America.
The preliminary results of the traditional midnight primary vote held in Dixville Notch, NH, are in.