Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal sits down with Jon to discuss her TV mini-series "The Honorable Woman."
Jon welcomes to the show Sara Firth, former correspondent for Russia Today.
Featuring the extended,unedited interview! - Jon talks with journalist Sonia Nazario, author of the book "Enrique's Journey."
Featuring the extended,unedited interview! - Jon talks with Fareed Zakaria, host of CNN's international affairs program "Fareed Zakaria GPS."
Featuring the extended,unedited interview! - Actor George Takei visits the show to talk about the documentary "To Be Takei."
Director Richard Linklater discusses his movie "Boyhood."
Jon is joined by Sue Turton, roving correspondent for Al Jazeera English.
Jon chats with actress Emma Stone about her role in the movie "Magic in the Moonlight."
Actor and comedian Jerry Seinfeld stops by the show to talk about his web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
Jon speaks with former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton about her latest book "Hard Choices."
Jon welcomes to the show Dahlia Lithwick, a senior editor for Slate.
Melissa McCarthy stops by the show to talk about her new movie "Tammy."
Actress Keira Knightley sits down with Jon to talk about her role in the movie "Begin Again."
Actor Christopher Walken tells Jon about his role in the movie "Jersey Boys."
Jon is joined by Chuck Schumer, Democratic Senator from New York.
Tom Cruise stops by the show to talk about his new movie "Edge of Tomorrow."
Despite a growing list of unresolved crises, Congress spends the final hours before summer recess deciding to sue President Barack Obama.
The U.S. finally gets the opportunity to broker peace in the Middle East when Israel and Hamas agree to a 72-hour ceasefire, and then blows it.
Ravens running back Ray Rice beats his then-fiance on camera, causing the NFL to "punish" him accordingly.
Rep. Ted Deutch has a message for Congress Republicans from his Jewish-Floridian condo dwellers.
Aubrey Plaza shares her motivations for working on several projects at once including "Life After Beth" and "Parks and Recreation."
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.
Senior Legal Analyst Aasif Mandvi explains how political representation in America is relative to net worth.
Stephen Colbert visits the news desk to announce his plans after winning television.
William D. Cohan delves into the Duke lacrosse scandal and the corrupting influence of wealth and power on the justice system in "The Price of Silence."
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.
Slate's Dahlia Lithwick discusses the Supreme Court's decision to strike down protected buffer zones outside abortion clinics.
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.
Host Jon Stewart and correspondent Stephen Colbert talk about material that can't be used. Colbert tells the story of how he got sued over a piece.
Correspondent Steve Carell credits the research department for their stories and tells the story of a Mayor banning Satan from her town.
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