A five-week boot-camp-style introduction to the television industry, exclusively for military veterans, began with the host of “The Daily Show.”
It’s been something of a changing of the guard in comedy lately: The Colbert Report went off the air last December, and Jon Stewart is set to leave The Daily Show in early August; Hannibal Burress kickstarted the takedown of comedy legend...Show More Summary
As always, it’s a thought-provoking list. Michael Bloomberg sits at #12, while exiting Daily Show host Jon Stewart is #18 (something he will surely comment on post-Memorial Day). There is only one journalist on the list – three-time Pulitzer winner Thomas Friedman. Show More Summary
Looks like “The Daily Show” host already has some post-Comedy Central plans… Two months after he is set to make his final appearance behind “The Daily Show” desk, Jon Stewart is slated to take part in GW’s 2015 Colonials Weekend, per...Show More Summary
In a segment on Tuesday's Hardball with Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead, MSNBC's Chris Matthews insisted that as was the case with the late Johnny Carson, he couldn't tell where exactly late-night comic Dave Letterman fell on the political spectrum.
With Stephen Fry and incoming Daily Show host Trevor Noah.
The “Daily Show” host combs through every one of Jeb Bush’s answers to the simple question posed recently by Fox News’ Megyn Kelly: Knowing what we know now, would you have gone to Iraq? What he finds is both ridiculous and hilariou...
Kristen Schaal compares the relative societal expectations between the dad bod and momshell trends sweeping the media. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
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During the Thursday afternoon edition of Your World With Neil Cavuto, the Fox News Channel business host responded to the accusation from Jon Stewart of Comedy Central's The Daily Show that the people at Fox “hate poor people.” “I think he's very fast on his feet even if he sometimes gives me a few good kicks,” Cavuto said about Stewart. Show More Summary
Oh, how funny it is when a Fox News blowhard tries to take down "The Daily Show" and just embarrasses himself
Comedian Ed Helms got serious for a few moments to criticize Fox News, CNN, and Rolling Stone magazine for journalistic lapses during his commencement speech at the University of Virginia. The former Daily Show and Office star noted hosts Erin Burnett and Wolf Blitzer’s insistence last month...
Jon Stewart paid an emotional tribute on last night’s “Daily Show” to David Letterman, who retires next week — including pinpointing a particular Letterman moment as his “Moment of Zen.” Here’s the clip: The Daily Show Get More: Daily...
The 'Daily Show' host thanked the outgoing 'Late Show' host "for all the amazing years of television" and some encouraging advice Letterman gave him before his short-lived MTV show went off the air. read more
Jeb Bush has had a terrible, terrible week. The "Daily Show" host unpacks what went wrong
This week Jeb Bush forgot that when you’re running for president, even secretly, you must distance yourself from the last guy’s mistakes, even if that guy’s your brother whose name is George and his mistake was invading Iraq. On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart tackled Jeb (pronounced Heb ) and his struggles in the best way, by using pull quotes. Read more...
Among the interesting nuggets from Reza Aslan's extended Daily Show interview: The religious scholar suggested Fox News plays a substantial role in overhyping the fear of Islamic terror.
Jeb Bush has finally come out and said he wouldn't have invaded Iraq if he had all the information we have today. "Thank you," Jon Stewart said on "The Daily Show" on Thursday night. "Was that so hard?" As Stewart pointed out, it took...Show More Summary
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart slammed Jeb Bush for his flip-flopping answers on the Iraq, and for the way he's run his "unofficial" presidential campaign, so he can coordinate with his PAC. While I appreciate the fact that he's beingShow More Summary
Daily Show host Jon Stewart closed his show on Thursday by offering a heartfelt salute to David Letterman, who will host the Late Show for the final time next Wednesday. “He was for me — and I think many comics of my generation — an incredible epiphany of how a talk show or how...