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Jon Stewart spent 16 years behind the desk of "The Daily Show," but there's only one interview he really regrets. In a discussion with The Guardian, the host said he wishes he questioned former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld harder about his role in the Bush administration's post-9/11 conflicts. Show More Summary
“I’m not getting the same satisfaction.”
In his most extensive interview since announcing his decision to retire from Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” later this year, Jon Stewart explained, \"It’s not like I thought the show wasn’t working any more, or that I didn’t know how to do it. Show More Summary
A "turd miner" no more: Jon Stewart opens up about his reasons for leaving the Daily Show, his biggest regret over the show's 16 years, and his plans for the future in a newly published Guardian interview conducted partly last October and partly a few days after he announced his...
Jon Stewart spent almost 17-years hosting The Daily Show. Now, two months after his announcing he is decision to quit the popular show, Stewart has decided it is time to explain his decision. Stewart has opened up to Hadley Freeman from...Show More Summary
For the past 16 years he’s manned the helm at “The Daily Show” and Jon Stewart has opened up about his reason for handing off the baton at this point in the game. The “Big Daddy” stud told The Guardian, “It’s not like I thought the show wasn’t working any more, or that I didn’t know how to do it. Show More Summary
Stewart’s decision to retire as host of the satirical news show after 16 years has left liberal America in mourning. There was no one moment when Jon Stewart knew it was time for him to leave what he describes as “the most perfect job in the world”; no epiphany, no flashpoint. Show More Summary
Former Vice President Dick Cheney makes an ironic assertion about the legacy and burden of President Obama's administration.
The end of Jon Stewart's Daily Show reign is nigh, and in an interview with the Guardian published over the weekend, the host explained why. It turns out there are multiple reasons, ranging from family duties to the presidential election to self-fulfillment. As far as what's next, that's still somewhat... More »
On April 30, Popsugar will announce a daily show called Popsugar Rush at its Digital Content NewFronts presentation. But rather than have viewers catch the program on its women's lifestyle channel on YouTube, they'll be directed to Facebook where it will run exclusively for 24 hours. Show More Summary
Now that we’ve had enough time to collectively process the prospect of a Jon Stewart-free The Daily Show, the comedian sat down with The Guardian writer Hadley Freeman for an article published yesterday, to talk at length about his decision to quit the show he’s helmed since 1999. Show More Summary
As Jon Stewart prepares to step down as host of The Daily Showafter 16 years on the job, he's speaking out about why he decided to leave the show behind. In an interview with The Guardian, Stewart says there were a number of factors,...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart gave an interview with The Guardian about why he decided to quit The Daily Show after 16 years. "It's not like I thought the show wasn't working any more, or that I didn't know how to do it," he said. "It was more, 'Yup, itÂ?s working. Show More Summary
Stewart’s decision to retire as host of the satirical news show after 16 years has left liberal America in mourning. So why is he leaving just before an election – and what will happen when he steps out from behind the desk? -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
The Guardian's Hadley Freeman has a great feature on outgoing "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, who finally explains why he quit the show that made him one of the most respected news broadcasters in the world. Although he calls hostingShow More Summary
Jon Stewart doesn’t have many regrets as he approaches the end of his 16-year run as host of “The Daily Show.” But he does have one: not pushing Donald Rumsfeld harder when he had the chance.
Jon Stewart had the late night world in a tizzy when he announced he would be stepping down as host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. In a recent interview with the Guardian, Stewart explained his reasons for leaving his 16-year position. Show More Summary
According to Jon Stewart, cable news is so awful that Daily Show staffers who keep tabs on it are essentially “turd miners.” That said, Stewart believes that the most foul-smelling poop comes from Fox News. In a Saturday profile in the...Show More Summary
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