The Daily Show in 60 Seconds
Justice Sonia Sotomayor talks "My Beloved World." and President Obama is sworn in for a second term.
Lena Dunham recounts the Golden Globes, Lance Armstrong admits to doping, the NRA goes after President Obama's children and Bob Schieffer remembers his first inauguration.
Jessica Chastain talks "Zero Dark Thirty." The White House and the NRA debate gun control measures, and House Republicans vote against Hurricane Sandy relief.
Bob Schieffer prepares for his 13th presidential inauguration, Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah and Clarence Thomas speaks for the first time in seven years.
Roger Waters battles the flu, Paul Krugman teaches brand awareness, Jessica Williams parses President Obama's personal diversity and John Oliver investigates investigations.
Josh Brolin discusses his handsome role in "Gangster Squad", the government considers minting a trillion dollar coin and Al Gore sells Current TV to Al Jazeera.
America debates gun control, Wayne LaPierre calls for a lunatic database, and retired General Stanley McChrystal discusses his memoir, "My Share of the Task."
America temporarily avoids the Fiscal Cliff, House Republicans vote against a Hurricane Sandy relief package, and Anne Hathaway divulges the ending to "Les Miserables."
California's Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act face legal hurdles, Wyatt Cenac completes one last investigation, and Kristen Stewart dances in "On the Road."
Atheists assault Christmas, North Korea's Kim Jong-un averts Armageddon, and Newark Mayor Cory Booker touts his city's economic resurgence.
Michigan and Indiana wage economic warfare, Silvio Berlusconi serenades the Italian electorate, and Laura Linney discusses "Hyde Park on Hudson."
Sports commentator Bob Costas switches subjects, Mitch McConnell's plan backfires, and Gene Robinson talks being the first openly gay bishop in Christendom.
Kate Middleton battles morning sickness, Samantha Bee predicts the royal child's future, and Chris Christie shares details of his hug with Bruce Springsteen.
Mitt Romney joins President Obama for a private White House meeting, John Hodgman threatens to secede, and Calvin Trillin recounts the presidential race in verse.
John McCain and Lindsey Graham attack Susan Rice, Marcia Fudge attacks their attack, Jason Jones examines political consulting, and Neil Young touts vinyl sound technology.
Wal-Mart employees surrender their front row Black Friday seats, several parties receive blame for the Twinkie's death, and Warren Buffett and Carol Loomis talk tax fairness.
Israel and Hamas call a ceasefire, God works in mysterious ways, and David Nasaw discusses "The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy."
Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribery, Al Madrigal investigates Arizona's legislative landscape, and Andrew Napolitano waxes Constitutional.