With access to more viewers than any press conference, Stewart has pushed his interview subjects -- then and now -- to not just bring their A game, but their A+ game. He does his homework, asks hard questions and often has a trick up his sleeve
Andy Borowitz: Countdown to 2012 took place on October 24, 2012. In this clip, Andy talks to his panel about the wives of the 2012 presidential candi...
Andy Borowitz: Countdown to 2012 took place on October 24, 2012. In this clip, Andy talks to his panel featuring Bloomberg View columnist Jonathan Al...
Believe me, I do not relish my shyness. The only reason I bring it up is that now I see it so clearly in my kids, and ugh, and argh. Crap. Hell. Flargh.
This week the hoodie replaced the Etch A Sketch as the most talked about item in the news media, with Geraldo Rivera standing by his outrageous comments and Rep. Bobby Rush illegally rocking one in Congress.
This week began with Oscars, and while nothing could ever top Sacha Baron Cohen's fateful encounter with Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet, the late nig...
Every reporter on The Daily Show has the title of "senior correspondent." What does it take to become a senior correspondent? You just have to start aging and really stick it out.
I record The Daily Showevery day. But I don't always watch it now. Not long ago, I wouldn't miss it. But enough, already, with the constant d*ck jokes and the third-rate second bananas.
Wednesday, Samantha Bee fielded questions about her career at The Daily Show. I asked about the perception that TV writers' rooms are largely "boys clubs" that have no place for funny females. Her answer was extremely telling.
With due respect to the MSNBC line (if you don't get it, you're too old) -- I'm 61. But that's nothing: my 89-year-old dad is on twitter too. Something's happening there.
Wilmore reveals, among other things, how he feels that Al Roker is both a tragic and magical figure, why he'd replace the terms "African-American" and "black" with "chocolate," and how black men are portrayed on television.
Love, Loss and What I Wore is a series of pieces performed by five wonderful actresses, all about clothes we've loved and the memories they trigger. And our mothers, our mothers, our mothers.
As of yet, no Secretary of Satire has been named, but those rumored under consideration include Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee and William Kristol.
It's time for real straight talk on how your policies affect real women, Senator McCain.
Observers from both sides of the aisle should seize upon this opportunity and focus their collective rage at its source: undecided voters.
Just hours after the Democratic Convention, the Obama campaign had forgotten everything it should have learned from its success of Denver -- and had returned to the same failed strategies that gave us Presidents Dukakis, Gore, and Kerry.