The lamestream media jumps down Rush Limbaugh’s throat for calling one woman he never met a “slut” and a “prostitute,” and 12 advertisers pull support from his show.
Richard Mourdock’s rape remark upsets voters and possibly God, so Stephen enlightens his fellow conservatives on rape’s approval rating.
Donald Trump drops the biggest, classiest, most devastating election game-changer in the human history of time.
Tom Hanks would rather help America’s children than promote his latest film, “Cloud Atlas,” in which he plays six different characters.
Stephen learns how to give Colbert Super PAC money to himself and thereby hide it forever from all eyes and use it in a way that he wishes.
First Lady Michelle Antoinette previews the next season of “Downton Abbey” while the world’s commoners are left to fear what will become of the aristocrats.
Brad Paisley is so committed to kick starting a dialogue between blacks and whites that he starts one mid-song with LL Cool J.
Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff’s 2010 debt study inspires austerity around the world, but grad student Thomas Herndon debunks the results.
Openly gay Mayor Johnny Cummings helps Vicco, KY, become the smallest U.S. town to pass an LGBT fairness ordinance.
The Washington Post’s Richard Cohen is under fire for claiming that interracial families can trigger a gag reflex in people with “conventional views.”