Jon chats with pit bull trainer Tia Torres, host of the show "Pit Bulls & Parolees" on Animal Planet.
General Tony Zinni, former Commander in Chief of the U.S. Central Command, discusses his book "Before the First Shots Are Fired: How America Can Win Or Lose Off The Battlefield."
Investigative reporter Jenny Nordberg talks to Jon about her book "The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of a Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon is joined by Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States and founder of the Clinton Global Initiative.
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon speaks with Zephyr Teachout, author of "Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United."
Actor and comedian Bill Hader sits down with Jon to talk about his new movie "The Skeleton Twins."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Filmmaker Ken Burns visits The Daily Show to discuss his PBS documentary "The Roosevelts."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - PBS host and author Tavis Smiley talks to Jon about his book "Death of a King: The Real Story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Year."
Jon welcomes to the show Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon is joined by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, author of "Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World."
Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine stops by the show to talk about the band's new album "V."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Filmmaker Rory Kennedy talks about her latest documentary "Last Days in Vietnam."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon speaks with journalist Ramita Navai, author of "City of Lies: Love, Sex, Death, and the Search for Truth in Tehran."
Comedian Todd Glass visits The Daily Show to talk about his book "The Todd Glass Situation."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon talks to Hassan Abbas, author of "The Taliban Revival: Violence and Extremism on the Pakistan-Afghanistan Frontier."
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Scientist and inventor David Rose discusses his book "Enchanted Objects: Design, Human Desire, and the Internet of Things."
British Parliament and the United States Congress take drastically different approaches to debating the decision to start a war against ISIS in the Middle East.
The president of the Syrian National Coalition Hadi al-Bahra discusses the opposition movement's fight to defeat ISIS and gain liberation from Bashar al-Assad.
The U.N. Climate Summit draws leaders together from around the world to make little to no headway on the climate change crisis.
When Detroit's Fox News anchor Anqunette Jamison announces her love for peonies, her co-anchor Jay Towers thinks she is saying something else entirely.
Host Jon Stewart discusses how the show aims to be funny and satisfying through many means. He praises his writers and producers for coming up with the substance.
An audience member asks for advice from the panel on how to be a comedy writer or performer.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert talks about how the show has moved toward a more cohesive formula with more of an overarching theme and Host Jon Stewart explains how the show tries to go outside the norm.
George W. Bush emerges from the shadows and returns to public life to debut his collection of fine art paintings.
In his memoir "Death of a King," Tavis Smiley describes how Martin Luther King Jr. has been idolized in death despite facing considerable struggles while he was alive.
Correspondent Stephen Colbert discusses how the show's fame has made it almost impossible to trick the interviewees anymore. He relates a story of an unsuspecting guest who thought orange juice was turning people gay.
Samantha Bee's one-woman show returns with a compelling story of family loyalty and binding friendship on "Morning Joe."
Colin Firth describes the pressure of being trusted with the intimate portrayal of a surviving war crime victim in "The Railway Man."
With the NFL struggling to properly address rampant domestic and child abuse by its star players, the beer company Anheuser-Busch steps in to offer moral guidance.
Jenny Nordberg describes how Afghan girls are raised as sons in order to bypass the country's strict gender segregation in her book "The Underground Girls of Kabul."
Daily Show correspondent John Oliver says he was aware of the historical moment when he went to the Democratic Convention to cover Obama's speech. "Daily Show" writer D.J. Javerbaum explains how the piece was put together.
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