Musical Guests: M.I.A.
A-Rod is suspended for drug use, Pat Buchanan supports Russia's anti-gay laws, Billie Jean King is a U.S. Olympic delegate, and Deborah Solomon talks "American Mirror".
Stephen congratulates Jimmy Fallon.
Stephen covers Facebook's 56 gender options.
Brian Greene joins Stephen tonight.
Alexander Payne joined Stephen tonight.
Stanley McChrystal joined Stephen tonight.
Stephen chats with Darlene Love.
Stephen chats with St. Vincent.
Stephen chats to Meryl Davis and Charlie White.
Stephen chats to Jeff Goldblum.
Writer Caitlin Flanagan discusses her Atlantic article "The Dark Power of Fraternities".
Author and computer scientist talks about his new book Who Owns the Future?
Writer and producer Beau Willimon discusses his acclaimed series House of Cards.
Theaster Gates talks about his non-profit Rebuild Foundation.
Bryan Cranston talks about his role as LBJ in the Broadway play All the Way.
Stephen talks with former President Jimmy Carter.
Documentary filmmaker Errol Morris talks about his new film The Unknown Known.
Darren Aronofsky stops by to talk about his upcoming film Noah.
Stephen was joined by Biz Stone, the co-inventor and co-founder of Twitter.
Stephen was joined by the actor John Malkovich.
Stephen was joined by the ABC News correspondent Dan Harris.
Stephen was joined by the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Mark Mazzetti.
Stephen was joined by mathematician Edward Frenkel.
Stephen was joined by British primatologist Jane Goodall.
Stephen was joined by Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook.
Stephen was joined by musician Sting, and actor and producer Trudie Styler.
Musical Guests: Sting
-- The Last Ship
Stephen Colbert was joined by Marcellus McRae and Kate Elliott.
Stephen Colbert was joined by George Will.
Stephen Colbert was joined by George Saunders.