Ben Affleck commends the heroic diplomats and foreign service people who inspired "Argo," a film based on the 1979 Iran hostage crisis.
Mitt Romney promises to reduce America's national debt by cutting taxes, closing unspecified tax loopholes, and building military equipment the Pentagon doesn't want.
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly addresses the IRS scandal, Muslim profiling, and the Justice Department's crackdown on reporters.
Senators laud Apple CEO Tim Cook for his amazing products and outside-the-box interpretation of the American corporate tax code.
Eleven-time NBA champion Phil Jackson shares his greatest coaching challenge (the Shaq-Kobe feud) and how he resolved it.
The Obama administration deploys some guy to do damage control, China flushes away all traces of a mysterious ooze, and Ellen Page talks new movie "The East".
The hero of Disney's "Brave" gets a controversial makeover, threatening a longstanding arrangement with America's parents.
Olympia Snowe discusses her book, "Fighting for Common Ground" and weighs in on congress voting down background checks.
Ever since Jon revealed Donald Trump's birth name to be 'F**kface Von ClownStick', the two have had a very public falling out. In this clip, Stewart lands the next blow, in a row ...
As the press grills President Obama about the burgeoning IRS scandal, John Oliver reports on Prince Harry's American sojourn and argues that the Prince is President Obama's ideal ...
"Star Trek: Into Darkness" director J.J. Abrams struggles to find common ground between "Star Trek" and "Star Wars."
While on his 57-city book tour, "Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls" author David Sedaris tests out several pet social theories.
In this exclusive, unedited interview, Mindy Kaling shares her experience attending the glamorous, happiness-challenged Met Ball.
The NRA holds its annual convention, Glenn Beck opposes liberal fear mongering, and Christiane Amanpour reports on an emerging humanitarian crisis.
Paper joins the axis of evil, the Best F#@king News Team Ever tracks down a fugitive document, and Eric Greitens lays out his plan to help returning veterans.
Guantanamo goes on hunger strike, Ted Cruz rankles everybody, and Kay Bailey Hutchison identifies Texas' independent roots.
Syria questions America's resolve and line-drawing ability, longtime NBA center Jason Collins comes out as gay, and Robert Downey Jr. dons his "Iron Man 3" promotional suit.
Congress feels the sequester pinch, the Elvis impersonator accused of mailing ricin to government officials is found innocent, and Jon Hamm talks Mad Men's sixth season.
The George W. Bush Presidential Library opens for business, John Oliver concludes his investigation of Australian gun control, and Vali Nasr analyses American foreign policy.
Fox News questions the Constitution, John Hodgman finds an investment alternative to gold, and Bassem Youssef considers the humorlessness of government.