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.
Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover has been hailed as an important milestone. But, as Jon Stewart reminds us: American media is sexist. And this is no exception.
As if we needed any more reasons to love Jon Stewart. Apparently, without any of us noticing, he’s been donating his time and resources to help veterans get into show business.
Fans may be up in arms about Trevor Noah’s anti-Semitic tweets, but Jon Stewart’s got his back. The ‘Daily Show’ host stood up for his replacement, asking viewers to ‘give him a chance.’
Jon Stewart has made the case that we can’t expect young Jews to get all that excited about Passover when Easter is just so much cooler. Sigal Samuel says she’s living proof.
Why are people using statistics or free speech arguments to defend Trevor Noah against charges of anti-Semitism? Fellow comedian Katie Halper says we should look at his actual tweets.
It’s usually a good idea to give your Twitter feed a quick skim before applying for a job. Looks like Trevor Noah skipped that step — and is now being slammed for anti-Semitic tweets.
Comedy Central said on Monday it has chosen South African comedian Trevor Noah, a relative newcomer to U.S. television, to replace Jon Stewart on its parody newscast, “The Daily Show.”
Jon Stewart is kind of mad at Benjamin Netanyahu. Not so much for winning this week’s Israeli election, but rather for stealing tried-and-true American divide-and-rule tactics.