Jon Stewart and Sam Bee have been on this issue for almost half a decade.
You can hate Trump or you can love him — but neither should get you free cash.
“What they’re basically saying is, in America it is officially reasonable to be afraid of a person just because they’re black,” says Noah.
The television reunion show we all need is hitting the small screen May 9th.
Larry Wilmore’s Nightly Show is cancelled, but the Daily Show alum isn’t going anywhere.
“The Daily Show” senior Jewish correspondent Adam Lowitt looks recounts the most awkward moments from the Republican Jewish Coalition.
“Nothing ends, it’s just a continuation, it’s a pause in the conversation. Rather than saying goodbye or good night, I’m just going to say I’m gonna go get a drink and I’m sure I’ll see you guys before I leave.”
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.
Jon Stewart had no jokes about Charleston last night. Instead, he gave us his usual dose of sobering truth — without the humor.
David Javerbaum’s list of accomplishments stretches from Earth all the way to heaven, but they pale in comparison to his latest gig: ghostwriter for God.