The new host of "The Late Show" announced his first musical guest -- Stephen Colbert is taking over the CBS's night program and plans to bring on Kendrick Lamar.
Based on the recent official announcement about Dave's replacement, it appeared Nikki Finke was indeed right, after all. And here's 5 reasons why the move is a master stroke.
The International Space Station (ISS) has three treadmills for their occupants, which has become one too many. Earlier erroneously reported to have been jettisoned with the trash on Tuesday, the first treadmill to operate aboard the ISS more than 200 miles above the Earth is indeed leaving its place in the sky, providing recuperation for ISS runners, for a fiery resting place - disintegrated in Earth's atmosphere.
Former President Bill Clinton has joined Twitter with a personal account, so expect a few off-the-cuff remarks from the Democratic Party’s leader emeritus to start making headlines.
Democrat Elizabeth Colbert-Busch now leads her Republican opponent Mark Sanford by 9 points in the race for the House seat representing South Carolina, according to a new survey from Public Policy Polling.
Leave it up to Comedy Central's late night hosts, Jon Stewart and Stephen Coldbert, to find a way to make Americans laugh as the country copes with the devastation caused by the Boston Marathon bombing that injured 183 people and killed 3 others.
Stephen Colbert is breaking character. The faux-conservative comedian says he’ll support his sister’s run for the House of Representatives in their home state of South Carolina, even if he needs to shed his media persona to do it.
Comedian and faux-conservative pundit Stephen Colbert may not have been appointed as a senator from South Carolina, but his sister hopes she can make it to Congress when he could not.
Could South Carolina voters trade one bombastic conservative senator for another bombastic “conservative” senator? Stephen Colbert hopes so.
The Mars Science Laboratory, or Curiosity Rover, is slated to land on the red planet in just days, an event that has everyone talking. Most notable of all was TV comedian Stephen Colbert who gave John Grunsfeld, NASA associate administration for science missions, some time on his "The Colbert Report."