The Late Show kicks off its two weeks of convention coverage with a little help from the host's Daily Show mentor and his conservative pundit alter-ego.
He has an insane plan to "test" all the Muslims in the United States following Thursday's attack in Nice.
The Indiana governor is known for his anti-LGBTQ stances and for his aborted attempt to create a "Pravda on the Plains."
To Canada's Hutterites, family is more important than anything—unless you're gay.
The man was such a lucky gambler, until he wasn't.
"The Antonin Scalia School of Law" is a bit problematic when abbreviated.
We went to Warsaw to see how Poland's new right-wing government affected the traditionally hostile nationalist march.
Watch the first episode of STATES OF UNDRESS, where host Hailey Gates gets a taste of the vibrant fashion scene in one of the world's most volatile countries.
I spent a year living in an all-male religious commune run by an obscure Roman Catholic sect. Here's what that was like.
Like so many of his promises, his "no sniping" pledge was an indicator that he was about to do the exact opposite.
A large People's Assembly march streamed through Manchester to throw the Conservative Party an unwelcoming party.
Carly Fiorina stood out among a field of sweaty dudes, petty squabbling, and debates over autism.
Into the River has been banned because of its depiction of drug use and underage sex, and author Ted Dawe feels it's a worrying example of the power of the country's conservative agenda.
Ann Coulter, a gay guy, and a black stand-up comedian walk into a gun range. Watch what happens next.
My childhood was less MDMA and sangria and more prim and proper right-wing children with stoner parents.
Nasser El-Ahmad has endured horrible abuse at the hands of his closest relatives, but today he's a gay rights organizer working to move on from his past.
In this episode we meet young Tory Rebecca Coulson, an avid tennis player and David Cameron mega-fan aiming to become the MP for Durham.
The Countryside Alliance is a group of quite posh people who love guns, dogs, and killing things with guns that dogs can fetch. We hung out with them to get their thoughts on Election '15.
Who will stand up for the Oxbridge elite at Election '15?
In part one, we meet British protesters fighting rapid gentrification in the UK, hoping for the chance to live in housing-crisis-hit Newham, England.
The rally – in honour of same-sex, inter-caste and inter-faith marriages – was shut down almost immediately by local police.
It's a blow to free speech, in the same way not being able to shout "fire" in a crowded theatre also impinges on our ability to say whatever we want.
Over the last year, a quasi-religious turf war has sprung up on the streets of London. Young, radicalized Muslim patrols are enforcing Sharia law in the capital. In reaction, far-right Christian patrols are also taking the law into their own hands.
Not sure why but Australia's Human Rights Commissioner is fighting for the n-word