"Almost nine years ago, I promised to change the world, and together, I did it," says Stephen Colbert, still in character as his self-obsessed conservabot doppelganger, while dropping in to rub it in on his onetime mentor Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" on Wednesday night.
Just because Viacom owns the network that Stephen Colbert's program is on doesn't mean the media conglomerate and its multitude of broadcast and cable channels are safe from his satirical touch.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Stephen Colbert skewers McDonald's over its unrealistic employee budget tool and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid stirs things up with House Speaker John Boehner.
"The Colbert Report" host has figured out a solution to how poor Americans needing food stamps can get them back after the program was removed from the GOP-controlled House's recently passed farm bill.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Attorney General Eric Holder condemns "Stand Your Ground" laws and Jeremy Scahill stops by "The Colbert Report" to discuss President Obama's drone strike policy.
PBS recently made the decision to pull the plug on "Citizen Koch," a documentary about money and politics that paints a less than flattering picture of the conservative billionaire Koch brothers. That hasn't sat too well with many, including the host of "The Colbert Report."
A look at the day's political happenings, including Connecticut's tough new gun laws and a recently created PAC looks to support candidates based on one nonpolitical trait.
Colbert, a Palmetto State native who has twice mounted a satirical challenge to become the president of South Carolina, has already asked viewers of "The Colbert Report" to push Gov. Nikki Haley to appoint him to the seat being vacated by Republican Jim DeMint.
The former Federal Election Commission chairman sits down with the "Moyers & Company" host to discuss the November ballot, the need to reform the campaign finance system and his well-known appearances on "The Colbert Report."