we have craig ferguson and the property brothers are here. and a musician. and grammy bamberg: i was one of the leaders in the house to take charge and say the flag has to come down now. bernie aligns more with what i'm passionate about -- addressing issues with civil rights, criminal justice reform, income disparities. change needs to happen and it needs to happen now.
stephen welcomes craig ferguson! "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition models hailey clauson and ashley graham! senator cory booker! and world darts champion scott waites! human"! and now it's time for "the late show" with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: thank you so much! thanks, everybody. before we get started. i'd like to say a few words about the passing of supreme court justice antonin scalia. he was universally acknowledged to be an intellectual giant, who left his mark not only on the court but on our approach to the constitution. and whether or not you agreed with him or made a lot of jokes about him like i did, he had a sense of humor. people have actually broken down the transcripts of oral arguments, and he told more jokes and got more laughs than that might part of the reason why he was such good friends with justices who he disagreed with like ruth bader ginsburg and elena kagan. and i was lucky enough to have one conversation with him that explained his appeal to me. it was ten years
alternative route if you're heading along i-70 you turn north at wolcott, up to steamboat, over to craig and back down to rifle. about a 200-mile detour, normally about 3 1/2, four hours but with all the traffic more today. >> wow, a big detour for a big reason. so matt renoux, thank you. >>> get a look at boulder. it doesn't seem to be as windy there. we got blue sky and some clouds and the temperatures continue to warm up. we are still in the 40s, but for the rest of the week every day just a little bit warmer. >> nice. going to be in the 70s, so belen de leon is in the back yard getting some presunshine going right now. >> yeah. >> soaking up the rays. belen, you lucky girl. >> feels nice out here and when we talk about temperatures in the 70s for the next few days in the forecast, that's about 25 degrees above our normal high. so, yeah, it's going to feel a whole lot like spring and less like winter. right now because our weather headline has been the very strong winds. the high wind warning expired at midnight but we continue to see pretty strong gusts in and around the foothills. s
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