The former "Daily Show" host joined lawmakers Tuesday to draw attention to a bill that will help veterans affected by toxic burn pits.
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Five years after handing over Comedy Central’s beloved late night talk show to Trevor Noah, the comedian once again takes aim at his two favorite topics — politics and the media — in the new political satire, "Irresistible."
Stewart discussed the removal of Confederate statues and those who believe, in doing so, we are erasing history.
Stewart promoted the June 26 release of the film Irresistible, which he directed and wrote, in a chat with The New York Times Magazine about politics and current events.
John Krasinski threw a graduation celebration for 2020 graduates whose ceremonies were canceled due to the coronavirus, and he had a surprise for a lucky few.
The "Daily Show" host tore into Congress Tuesday during a hearing for the Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund.
EXCLUSIVE: Oscar winner Chris Cooper (Adaptation) is joining Steve Carell and Rose Byrne in Jon Stewart's sophomore feature as writer-director Irresistible, which we can confirm will be backed by Focus Features. Set amidst a heated political campaign trail, the comedy is being produced by Vice and Moonlight producers Plan B with Focus and former The Daily Show host Stewart. Focus and Universal Pictures International will distribute the film worldwide with shoot due to get…
The interviewer became the interviewee as Jon Stewart took over hosting duties and Stephen Colbert sat on the other side of the desk.
Jon Stewart has long been a supporter of 9/11 victims, and recently he visited Fox News to promote their cause.
Jon Stewart spent some time under Stephen Colbert's desk with a woman who'd won the opportunity in a charity raffle, and naturally Stewart couldn't sit still.
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On "Oprah at the Apollo," Trevor Noah says he was too busy doing another dream job to fly to New York City to meet with Jon Stewart — for a year and a half.
"You always find yourself back to a moment of, 'Did I miss something? Could I have done more?'"
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After President Trump tweeted that he was not being fairly represented on late night television, "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" brought in the always fair and balanced Jon Stewart to point out some of the positive things about the Trump administration.
John Oliver made a hilarious movie trailer starring a wax figure of U.S. President Warren G. Harding and several Academy Award nominees.
While savaging Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey and Trump’s health care bill, Colbert and his guests — Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Samantha Bee, Rob Corddry, and Ed Helms — sat around swapping war stories.
Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Samantha Bee, Ed Helms, and Rob Corddry joined Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” to reminisce about the good ole days of “The Daily Show.”