Jon Stewart and CNBC’s Jim Cramer go face to face in the studio.
Bruce Springsteen joins fellow Jersey boy Jon Stewart to perform a song from his latest album “Working on a Dream.”
Jon Stewart and his intrepid team of correspondents spanned the globe in 2008 to bring you the most irreverently relevant commentary on television. Now the year's best moments are available in this exclusive collection.
Cleveland Cavaliers star forward, LeBron James sits down with Jon to talk about his new book, "Shooting Stars."
Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahari talks about his four-month-long imprisonment in Iran.
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal tells Jon about her role in the upcoming and much-anticipated film, "The Dark Knight."
Sen. Evan Bayh joins Jon as he hosts from the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Michelle Obama gives Jon an insider's view of her husband's presidential campaign.
Author Amity Shlaes discusses her new book about the Great Depression entitled "The Forgotten Man."
Comedian Richard Lewis gives Jon his take on election-year politics.
NBC News Special Correspondent Tom Brokaw reflects on a pivotal decade in our nation's history with his book, "Boom! Talking About the Sixties."
Rachel Maddow, host of the eponymous MSNBC talk show "The Rachel Maddow Show," brings her signature wit to the New Year's headlines.
Jon welcomes former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, who outlines a strategy to end the Middle Eastern conflicts in "We Can Have Peace In the Holy Land: A Plan That Will Work."
Former National Economic Council Director Lawrence Lindsey gives Jon his two cents on Obama's stimulus plan.
Ricky Gervais stops by to talk with Jon about his newest stand-up special, "Ricky Gervais: Out of England."
The president talks a big freedom of the press game; one critic call his approach to the media a jihad ; Fox News claims it s being targeted by the White House; And Jon Stewart offer a word on whistleblowers in today s TopLines.
Guests Angelica Martinez, Chuck Campbell, Dave Silverstone and Ryan Buynak join Ahmed to discuss how Jon Stewart addressed Romney on the Daily Show.
Stephen Colbert transferred his Super PAC to Jon Stewart Thursday to make way for a possible run in South Carolina. Is he for real?
Jon Stewart talks new drone applications with MIT professor and former fighter pilot Missy Cummings, and we discuss the military lifting the ban on women in combat.
"Now You See Me" star Morgan Freeman uses balloons to explain the Big Bang and the theory of multiple universes.
Jason Jones talks with radio personality and "The Ultimate Obama Survival Guide" author Wayne Allyn Root about the indignity of being profiled.
The Obama administration's legal priorities tilt towards unusually harsh punishments for individuals whose crimes don't seem to merit them.
The Obama administration believes in freedom of the press -- just not freedom of speech for people who might talk to the press.
The New York City mayoral election inspires clever media wordplay.
On Wednesday's 'Daily Show,' Jon Stewart asked Bill O'Reilly what type of joy he feels when there's a legitimate reason to criticize President Obama. O'Reilly didn't give, but he did say that Stewart pulls his material 'out of your butt.'
Amidst the controversy of the 2000 election everyone seems to agree on one thing: Holy f@#king s@#t.
Steve Carell investigates why silly string is plaguing Shriners and humans alike in a small California town.
Stephen Colbert and Nancy Walls critique Jon Stewart\'s critique of the violence and commercialism of the Super Bowl.
John McCain makes a visit to Vietnam to apologize to the Vietnamese people for the career of Oliver Stone.
Stacey Grenrock-Woods investigates Mayor Henry\'s surprise castration.