The Daily Show in 60 Seconds
Fast food workers demand a livable wage, and the financial news media explains why this will destroy the very foundation of America's democracy.
Documentarian Jehane Noujaim remembers the heady early days of protest against deposed Egyptian President Mubarak.
Samantha Bee investigates the shady, totally legal business dealings of a private equity firm called Blackstone.
Sarah Palin and Bill O'Reilly rush to Christmas's defense, despite its not being in any way threatened.
"The Hobbit" star Ian McKellen describes growing up in England during WWII and his mother's early support for his acting career.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star Jennifer Lawrence discusses preparing for her Daily Show interview and her alleged likeness to Helen Mirren
Jason Jones, Steve Buscemi, Matthew Broderick, and Michael Strahan explain to Chicago why New York has the best f**king pizza on the f**king planet.
Qatar erects one of the world's most f**kable soccer stadiums in preparation for the 2022 World Cup, but Al Madrigal can't even find the press box.
Legendary comedian Bill Cosby discusses the dangers of profanity, Jewish cuisine, and the olden days of the New York stand-up comedy scene
Elizabeth Olsen discusses bringing the theater to hooting schoolchildren, the omnipresent Samuel L. Jackson, superhero sequels, and "Oldboy."
The Best F#@king News Panel remembers their favorite presidential turds from the George W. Bush years.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson debunks the science behind zombies and shares a haunting tale of the universe's eventual heat death.
Academy Award-winning actor Geoffrey Rush discusses the challenges of filming a Nazi movie in Germany
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele help Jessica Williams, Jason Jones and Aasif Mandvi adjudicate race-sensitive issues of the day.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele discuss their improv background and performing their anger translator bit in front of President Obama.
Doris Kearns Goodwin sheds light on the hot-and-cold relationship between Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft, and remembers a golden age of journalism.
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