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Eric Holder's Lawless Legacy: Column

James Bovard | USA Today | February 4, 2015

Eric Holder is reaping applause as his six-year reign as Attorney General comes to a close. But Holder's record is profoundly disappointing to anyone who expected the Obama administration to renounce the abuses of the previous administration...

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Is Dr. Zaius America's Newest Cyberenemy?

Ross Gianfortune | NextGov | June 14, 2012

On Wednesday, The Colbert Report took a hard look at the possibility of a cyberattack brought on by mobile devices. Host Stephen Colbert asked counterterrorism expert Richard Clarke about the possibility of a Stuxnet-type attack being perpetrated via an iPad.  Clarke replied, "A small group of talented people using iPads could take down a whole nation." Read More »

Jack Andraka Talks Innovation, Open Access & Life As A Teen Scientist On Colbert Report

Deanna Pogorelc | MedCity News | October 31, 2013

In the midst of the health insurance exchange meltdown, it was nice to see late night TV take a break from criticizing Obamacare news to give healthcare some positive attention last night. Read More »

Stephen Colbert Lambastes Amazon Over Blocking, Delaying Hachette books

Casey Johnston | Ars Technica | June 5, 2014

Writers are losing patience as retail giant, publishing giant duke it out.  Popular authors have begun taking sides in the roiling Amazon-Hachette contract dispute, including the likes of Malcolm Gladwell and, most recently, Stephen Colbert...

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The Doctor Is In

Mark Mitchell | Government Executive | July 1, 2013

I’m a little underslept today,” Dr. Francis Collins laughs, sitting in his office in the historic Building 1 of the National Institutes of Health’s sprawling campus in Bethesda, Md., where he presides as the dean of the nation’s health. [...] Read More »