ARE NOT EFFECTIVE 'GOVERNANCE STRATEGIES' TO PRODUCE 'DIRECTED OUTCOMES' THROUGH INSTITUTIONS. THEY CAN ONLY PRODUCE 'GROUP UNITY' AND 'MOBILIZATION' - TO THOSE WHO YIELD THEIR 'INTELLECTUAL SOVEREIGNTY' ONE BLACK MAN KILLED BY THE AMERICAN...Show More Summary
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In a truly epic, long interview on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Bruce Springsteen ruminates on everything from his late father’s mental illness, to his childhood obsession with Elvis, to a somewhat horrifying story in which an elderly priest roughs up lil' Bruce mid-mass. Besides the penetrating look into ... More »
Bruce Springsteen visited The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to reminisce about being inspired to pick up a guitar by performances of Elvis and The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, in the very theater where Colbert’s show is broadcast. Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen was the guest on last night’s episode of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” He was there to promote his new memoir Born to Run and its companion album Chapter and Verse. At the beginning of the interview, he said he was inspired to write the book after writing an essay about his experience playing the Super Bowl in 2009. Show More Summary
Bruce Springsteen served as the guest on last night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where he discussed his new memoir Born To Run and its companion album Chapter And Verse. In addition to the story behind the autobiography, he also talks about the influence of Elvis and the Beatles, his live show, […]
God is running for President, and he stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to chat about the campaign:
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump aren’t the only runners in this year’s presidential race. With 1,928 people declaring their candidacy for the 2016 election, “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert took a look at some of the more unconventional...Show More Summary
Carolina native Stephen Colbert made connections those in the mainstream media seem unable to make. Colbert mused on what kind of reaction would be appropriate to the police shooting and resulting protests in Charlotte. I just wish there...Show More Summary
Shark Tank‘s Mark Cuban, who tweeted last night that he’ll have a front-row seat at this Monday’s “Humbling at Hofstra” presidential debate, isn’t the only celebrity hitting social media in anticipation of the big day. TV legend Carl...Show More Summary
As if you needed another reason to love Stephen Colbert, he spends the first minute or so of this 'Late Show' segment expounding on his unequivocal support of the Chicago Cubs before going undercover as a hot dog vendor at Wrigley Field. [ more › ]
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In 2011, comedian and guy now most likely to lose his timeslot to an overweight, show tune singing Brit, Stephen Colbert wanted to prove just how fucked up the American political system had become in the wake of the Citizens United ruling. Show More Summary
After recent shootings in Oklahoma and Charlotte, Stephen Colbert took a look at Donald Trump's visits to black churches for an indication of how he'd handle the rising racial tension in the country. "In the face of continued, heartbreaking...Show More Summary
"[This keeps happening] no matter how many times we do nothing."
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Click here for reuse options! The "Late Show" host got serious Thursday night in light of recent events, but still got his digs in. "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert struck a different tone Thursday night when reflecting on the news from North Carolina. Show More Summary
If things don't work out on "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert may have found a new career as a Wrigley Field hot dog vendor. Colbert was shown playing vendor Donny Franks -- complete with shaggy brown wig, fake goatee, sunglasses and Cubs hat -- on Thursday's episode of "The Late Show." The segment...
As racial tension over police shootings dominated the headlines on Thursday, “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert offered his own take. Referencing the state of emergency in Charlotte, North Carolina, after the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont...Show More Summary
If yesterday’s Hillary Clinton interview on Zach Galifianakis’ “Between Two Ferns” segment was an exercise in awkward television, then First Lady Michelle Obama’s appearance on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show is a lesson in effortless steez. With just 118 days until the world en, sorry…of Barack Obama’s presidential tenure still to go, Michelle chatted with the […]