In a discussion with Truthdig, the political commentator and comedian argued that “brilliant comedians” are becoming establishment mouthpieces.
"The Late Show" hosted a special guest Tuesday—and no, despite the dead animal on his head and the overly long red tie, it wasn't the newly minted president.
Our list of the 10 most-viewed A/V Booth posts includes quite a variety of figures, but there's a constant throughout: the 2016 presidential election.
The former "Daily Show" host criticizes the liberal community's hypocrisy and the GOP's "cynical" strategy in a TV interview with journalist Charlie Rose.
The former "Daily Show" host will be back on TV before the November general election with a new show on HBO.
The "Late Show" host hunted down two former "Daily Show" characters to help him deal with the fact that none other than Donald J. Trump is the GOP's pick for president.
The former host of "The Daily Show" weighs in on Donald Trump (aka "man baby") and Hillary Clinton (whom he bills as "inauthentic"), telling his audience that however he painted the American political system on the show, "it's so much worse than you could ever imagine."
"The Republicans laid out a banquet of all-you-can-eat crazy," the former "Daily Show" correspondent said.
In light of the love fest over the Fox News anchor, we thought it worth remembering Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" takedowns of two of Kelly's more unfortunate rants, including her declaration that Santa Claus "just is white" and her "fair and balanced" approach to the news.
Congress has failed to renew funding for the medical treatment of 9/11 first responders who got cancer by breathing in contaminated air -- after the government had told them it was safe. Appalled by the inaction, a bearded Jon Stewart tells Trevor Noah how he stopped by senators' offices to try to shame the officials into doing something.