Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert had CNN's Piers Morgan as his guest last night, where he mockingly gave Morgan a lesson on the U.S. Constitution amid Morgan's continued calls for more gun control.
Daily Show host Jon Stewart fired back last night at economist Paul Krugman over the idea of minting a trillion-dollar coin to work around the debt ceiling.
Following Jon Stewart's lead, Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert took on the NRA and made a Colbert-esque plea to curb gun violence in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
On his show Thursday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart provided an overview of the recent string of bizarre statements made by members of Congress.
Jon Stewart slammed Fox News on Wednesday night's Daily Show for its selective coverage of Mitt Romney's controversial fundraiser comments, ranting for two full segments on the "Chaos on Bull**** Mountain" that characterized the network's coverage in
In this exclusive, unedited interview, MSNBC's Michael Steele explains why the Republican National Committee's treatment of Ron Paul is the height of rudeness and stupidity. [at around 3:30]
Apparently Comedy Central thinks its viewers are "urban."
Jon Stewart mocked Mitt Romney for his bland, non-committal approach to all policy issues on a segment of The Daily Show Wednesday.
On his show Wednesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart said over the past three and half years conservatives had given liberals the “master class” on how to be “dicks” about documents.
Just over a month ago, the intrepid correspondents from The Daily Show set out on a mission to educate the US public on what exactly 'The Economy' is all about.
Another grand slam for Stewart. (By the way, compare Stewart to left-wing 'Fast and Furious' apologists Rachel Maddow and Bill Maher in this segment of Real Time with Bill Maher where Reason Magazine's Nick Gillespie also comes down hard on the 'Fast
Commercial space travel is within reach but only for some lucky and wealthy 500 celebrities so far, says Virgin Group founder Richard Branson.
On Tuesday, Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert took on Attorney General Eric Holder's legal justification for killing American citizens abroad suspected of terrorism, particularly Holder's argument that "due process and judicial process are not one and
Stephen Colbert thought that when Mitt Romney addressed a nearly deserted Ford Field in Michigan last week it was the “speech of a lifetime.”
Check out Jon Stewart slamming Newt Gingrich and sticking up for Ron Paul!
Stewart: How quick will MSM dismiss Ron Paul's second place finish in New Hampshire?
The National Defense Authorization Act strikes at the heart of the most notorious safe haven for terrorists: the U.S. Constitution. [HOLY CRAP! THIS IS GOOD!!!!]
In contrast to Jon Stewart’s exhaustion, Stephen Colbert seemed more than excited with the back-to-back Republican debates in New Hampshire over the past weekend.
Last night’s last night’s The Daily Show featured a two-part recap of the results of the Iowa caucuses. It explored the anachronistic thrill of watching people stuff handwritten ballots into boxes, weighed the value of winning the presidency versus t
Stephen congratulated his colleagues in cable news for their coverage of the 2012 Iowa caucus results. He saluted the Fox News team’s willingness to soldier on in spite of the loss of all “basic mental functions” like speech and the ability to operat
With the meteoric rise and fall of GOP presidential contenders, Wisconsin teachers' unions on the brink of anarchy and the unsanitary occupation of Wall Street, there's been no shortage of stories for Jon and The Best News Team to explore. Watch the
Jon Stewart couldn’t believe Mitt Romney missed a chance to hammer Newt Gingrich at the last GOP debate. The Daily Show host thought Romney had many answers to choose from on what he disagreed with the former House Speaker over, listing some of them
At the Republican Jewish Coalition forum, Jews commemorate the miracle of incredibly religious Christian presidential candidates fighting over who loves Jews more.
Stephen Colbert examines the incredible shrinking Trump debate, which is currently on track to feature just Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and a pair of medium boxer-briefs who swear they were touched inappropriately by Herman Cain.
Last night’s The Daily Show featured a two-part examination of the new bill passed by the Senate that allows the government to detain American citizens without a trial for indefinite amounts of time.
No one in America was probably more devastated over Herman Cain’s withdrawal from the presidential race than Stephen Colbert, who begged him to re-consider his decision. “That is a shame, he touched so many people,” Colbert subtly said.
Inspired by Donald Trump announcing his moderating role for the Newsmax GOP debate on December 27, Stephen Colbert decided it was time for him to have one of his own. On The Colbert Report Tuesday night, the Comedy Central personality dropped the
Enamored by Herman Cain’s farewell speech from the presidential campaign, Jon Stewart was keen to analyze it. The Daily Show host particularly was enthralled by Cain’s bizarre ending to his speech, where the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO
Jon Stewart reacts to the news that the Federal Reserve secretly bailed out US banks to the tune of an interest-free $7.7 trillion dollars, then borrowed the money back from the banks with interest. And in the process, something unspeakable happens
Stewart took a stroll down memory lane, looking back on how almost each and every GOP candidate has enjoyed his (or her) time in the media spotlight. Every candidate, that is, except for Ron Paul. What gives?