Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Former diplomat from Pakistan, Husain Haqqani, stops by to discuss his new book "Magnificent Delusions: Pakistan, the United States, and an Epic History of Misunderstanding."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon welcomes Jorge Ramos, journalist and anchor of "America with Jorge Ramos," to the show.
Documentary filmmaker Jehane Noujaim talks about her latest film "The Square."
Actor Jared Leto visits The Daily Show and discusses his new movie "Dallas Buyers Club."
Sir Ian McKellen stops by to talk about his new movie "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug."
Jon welcomes Jennifer Lawrence to the show to discuss her latest movie "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
Tom Brokaw visits The Daily Show to talk about the NBC News special "Where Were You?"
Bill Cosby sits down with Jon and discusses his new comedy special "Far From Finished."
Actress Elizabeth Olsen stops by to talk about her new movie "Oldboy."
Geoffrey Rush sits down with Jon to discuss his new movie "The Book Thief."
Comedians Keegan Michael Key & Jordan Peele stop by to talk about their television show "Key & Peele."
Joe Scarborough visits The Daily Show to discuss his new book "The Right Path: From Ike to Reagan, How Republicans Once Mastered Politics--and Can Again."
Author Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about her latest book "The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism."
Jon welcomes Patrick Stewart to the show to discuss the plays "No Man's Land" and "Waiting for Godot."
Author Monique Brinson Demery sits down with Jon to talk about her book "Finding the Dragon Lady: The Mystery of Vietnam's Madame Nhu."
John Goodman stops by and discusses his new show "Alpha House."
President Obama raises eyebrows after shaking hands with Raul Castro at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
The thing that really bothers Dick Cheney about the Obama administration is its willful dishonesty.
"American Hustle" star Amy Adams corroborates Jon's theory linking Jennifer Lawrence and Helen Mirren.
American students fall behind a bunch of Slovakian fart exporters, and Congress clocks in as the least productive legislative body in American history.
Jason Jones meets the Picasso of gerrymandering.
Despite claims to the contrary, the N.S.A. routinely monitors the phone calls and e-mail of American citizens.
"Magnificent Delusions" author Husain Haqqani questions the long-term strategic goals of the United States in Pakistan.
Dwarf paladin Aasif Mandvi charts the fallout in Azeroth following reports of the N.S.A.'s spying on World of Warcraft players.
Mike Huckabee tweaks the lyrics to "The 12 Days of Christmas."
Newt Gingrich gets pwned on the Internet for his support of Nelson Mandela, and Rick Santorum compares the Affordable Care Act to apartheid.
Univision's Jorge Ramos analyzes the Latino community's growing importance in American politics.
Fast food workers demand a livable wage, and the financial news media explains why this will destroy the very foundation of America's democracy.
Pope Francis denounces trickle-down economics as unfair to the poor, but Fox's Stuart Varney respectfully disagrees with the infallible Holy See.
Chris Jansing judges Thomas Roberts's interpretation of "The Sound of Music."
Deranged millionaire John Hodgman describes the dilapidated liberal wasteland New York City will become under Mayor Bill de Blasio.