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."
Find out why Jon Stewart finds Neil deGrasse Tyson's description of the possibility of life on other planets to be so sexy.
Fox News warns of a Muslim-y thing that is going to destroy America.
Sarah Palin and Bill O'Reilly rush to Christmas's defense, despite its not being in any way threatened.
Jared Leto discusses his return to acting in "Dallas Buyers Club."
A group of old white men use Twitter to honor Rosa Parks and signal an end to racism in America.
Shock jock Don Imus and Fox's Stuart Varney debate Brian Kilmeade's intellectual worth.
The Obama administration relaunches HealthCare.gov, but the program still has its share of detractors.
"The Hobbit" star Ian McKellen describes growing up in England during WWII and his mother's early support for his acting career.
The Christian owners of a bed and breakfast are sued for discrimination, and Cardinal Timothy Dolan claims that the Catholic church has been out-marketed.
Frenzied shoppers turn violent, and workers protest the expanded holiday hours.
Shoppers rejoice as the doors open on Black Friday.
Aug. 16 - 'Star Wars' director George Lucas says that all six of the series' live-action films will be released on Blu-ray in 2011. Lucas made the announcement at the Star Wars Celebration V event in Florida, hosted by Jon Stewart.
On this day in history: New Zealand became the first nation to allow women to vote, and Ed Harris, Jon Stewart and Anna Nicole Smith were born.