Before hosting the Emmy-winning ‘Daily Show’ for 16 years, Jon Stewart went to a Jewish day school. His teacher, Leah Linton, now 90, still remembers him as a (tinier) comedian.
Jon Stewart, much beloved host of ‘The Daily Show’ for the past 16 years, has finally moved on to pursue his lifelong dream of hosting pro wrestling tournaments.
Jon Stewart wrapped up his long-running “The Daily Show” on Thursday with effusive tributes to his show’s staff, many on hand to see him off while political and media luminaries who served as some of the satirist’s favorite targets, from Bill O’Reilly to Hillary Clinton, appeared on tape.
As ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ gets its prequel, Jon Stewart prepares to make his exit. But the two have more in common than just timing. Andrew Dubrov takes us down the rabbit hole.
This week is momentous. After a 16-year run, Jon Stewart will be retiring as host of ‘The Daily Show.’ Lest you despair, we’ve rounded up some of his best Jewish moments.
Jon Stewart couldn’t leave the Daily Show without an ode to his people. Watch this amazing montage of his best Jewish moments, introduced by Senator Chuck Schumer.
MSNBC took Senator Chuck Schumer out for breakfast to talk about the Iran deal. But Jon Stewart points out that the choice of venue, a diner, was a rookie mistake.
Jon Stewart came back from vacation just in time to slam Donald Trump — and reveal his idea for a new Jewish holiday.
Jon Stewart had no jokes about Charleston last night. Instead, he gave us his usual dose of sobering truth — without the humor.
Can’t figure out what to make of the Rachel Dolezal story? Luckily, we have Jon Stewart to put things in perspective.