The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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Season 23

32 Episodes

Dec 07 2017
Dec 06 2017
Dec 05 2017
Dec 04 2017
Nov 30 2017
Nov 29 2017
Nov 28 2017
Nov 27 2017
Senator Al Franken is accused of groping a reporter during a 2006 USO tour, Jon Stewart talks about "Night of Too Many Stars," and Jordan Peele discusses his film "Get Out."
Nov 16 2017
Congress debates President Trump's power to use nuclear arms, Michelle Wolf explains how to not sexually harass coworkers, and Elaine McMillion Sheldon discusses "Heroin(e)."
Nov 15 2017
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Ronny Chieng explains how President Trump has made China more powerful, a fifth woman accuses Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, and 2 Chainz discusses "Most Expensivest."
Nov 14 2017
Roy Moore is accused of sexual assault, President Trump mocks Kim Jong-un and defends Vladimir Putin on a trip to Asia, and Hari Kondabolu discusses "The Problem with Apu."
Nov 13 2017
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President Trump visits China, Lewis Black calls for lawmakers to stop politicizing veterans, and Van Jones discusses his book "Beyond the Messy Truth."
Nov 09 2017
Democrats sweep the 2017 elections, Trevor tries to imagine a worse president than Donald Trump, and Kenneth Branagh discusses his film "Murder on the Orient Express."
Nov 08 2017
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Sen. Rand Paul gets into a landscaping dispute with his neighbor, Saudi Arabia's crown prince cracks down on corruption, and Jeff Ross discusses Jeff Ross Roasts the Border.
Nov 07 2017
President Trump kicks off his tour of Asia in Japan, Sen. Jeff Flake discusses his book "Conscience of a Conservative," and Tig Notaro talks about her show "One Mississippi."
Nov 06 2017
Congress grills tech execs on Russian-bought ads meant to influence U.S. voters, Trevor recaps simpler news, and Gabrielle Union discusses "We're Going to Need More Wine."
Nov 02 2017
President Trump calls to curb immigration after a terrorist attack in New York City, and Hillary Clinton discusses "What Happened" and weighs in on the Trump-Russia probe.
Nov 01 2017
Michael Kosta reacts to John Kelly's revisionist Civil War history, Desi Lydic spends Halloween avoiding President Trump's tweets, and Gretchen Carlson discusses "Be Fierce."
Oct 31 2017
Paul Manafort is indicted by Robert Mueller, Trevor breaks down the biggest headlines of the weekend, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his book "We Were Eight Years in Power."
Oct 30 2017
President Trump responds to the opioid epidemic, Roy Wood Jr. warns against racist Halloween costumes, and Miles Teller and Jason Hall discuss "Thank You for Your Service."
Oct 26 2017
Senators Bob Corker and Jeff Flake stand against President Trump, Ronny Chieng examines the automation of fast food, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "The Deuce."
Oct 25 2017
Bill O'Reilly blames God for his sexual harassment cases, Michael Kosta examines the environmental decline of the Great Lakes, and Margo Price discusses "All American Made."
Oct 24 2017
John Kelly lies about a congresswoman while defending President Trump, Fox News shows selective outrage over sexual harassment, and Khizr Khan discusses "An American Family."
Oct 23 2017
President Trump feuds with Gold Star families, Hasan Minhaj explains how Chicago could prevent a nuclear attack from North Korea, and Vic Mensa discusses "The Autobiography."
Oct 19 2017
From Chicago, Michelle Wolf weighs in on Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual assaults, Dulce Sloan learns about Young Chicago Authors, and Lena Waithe discusses "The Chi."
Oct 18 2017
President Trump buddies up to Mitch McConnell at a surprise presser, Ronny Chieng learns about Chicago's jail pizza program, and Arne Duncan and Curtis Toler discuss CRED.
Oct 17 2017
From Chicago, Trevor examines the politicization of the Windy City, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how former gang members are reducing crime rates, and Common discusses "Marshall."
Oct 16 2017
Pro-life Congressman Tim Murphy resigns after pushing his mistress to get an abortion, Trevor remembers the anniversary of Pussygate, and Kenya Barris discusses "Black-ish."
Oct 05 2017
Michael Kosta explains how Russia spreads fake news across social media in the U.S., Neal Brennan examines the gun control debate, and John Hodgman discusses "Vacationland."
Oct 04 2017
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Fox News struggles to process the mass shooting in Las Vegas, O.J. Simpson is released from prison, and Representative Jim Himes weighs in on U.S. gun control.
Oct 03 2017
Las Vegas experiences the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, Tom Price resigns as secretary of Health and Human Services, and Robin Thede discusses "The Rundown."
Oct 02 2017

Season 22

163 Episodes

The government struggles to provide aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, President Trump unveils his plan to reform the tax code, and Craig Robinson discusses "Ghosted."
Sep 28 2017
Alabama votes against President Trump's endorsee in the GOP Senate primary, Michelle Wolf examines an NCAA bribery scandal, and America Ferrera discusses "Superstore."
Sep 27 2017
White House officials are accused of using private email accounts, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how a subscription service is ending racism, and Kathryn Miles discusses "Quakeland."
Sep 26 2017
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NFL players take a knee in solidarity against President Trump, Trevor questions the White House's response to black people who protest, and Katy Tur discusses "Unbelievable."
Sep 25 2017
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Robert Mueller zones in on Paul Manafort, Roy Wood Jr. addresses Toys "R" Us's bankruptcy, and Bill Gates discusses his foundation's efforts to fight poverty and disease.
Sep 21 2017
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Sean Spicer struggles to find a job, Lewis Black weighs in on the latest Republican effort to repeal Obamacare, and tech investor Ellen Pao discusses her memoir "Reset."
Sep 20 2017
President Trump addresses the U.N. General Assembly, Desi Lydic finds out how a U.S. border wall could affect businesses, and Olivia Munn discusses "The LEGO Ninjago Movie."
Sep 19 2017
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President Trump attacks Hillary Clinton on Twitter, Trevor profiles Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and Gucci Mane discusses "The Autobiography of Gucci Mane."
Sep 18 2017
President Trump's bipartisan DACA deal leaves supporters sour, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to a controversial tweet from ESPN's Jemele Hill, and Jill Soloway discusses "Transparent."
Sep 14 2017
Michael Kosta polls the public on problematic statues, Muslims in Myanmar face violence from the Buddhist-majority military, and Tom Morello & Chuck D talk "Prophets of Rage."
Sep 13 2017
Ted Cruz gets mired in a Twitter porn scandal, Michelle Wolf compares Miss America contestants to President Trump, and Maria Sharapova discusses her book "Unstoppable."
Sep 12 2017
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The Best F#@king News Team tries to one-up the reporters covering Hurricane Irma, "60 Minutes" profiles Steve Bannon, and Idris Elba discusses "The Mountain Between Us."
Sep 11 2017
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President Trump angers the GOP by cutting a budget deal with Democrats, Dulce Sloan examines cultural appropriation at New York Fashion Week, and Zac Posen talks "House of Z."
Sep 07 2017
President Trump strikes a deal to fund Hurricane Harvey relief, Christopher Hill examines North Korea's nuclear capabilities, and Lake Bell discusses "I Do... Until I Don't."
Sep 06 2017
President Trump puts the future of DACA into the hands of Congress, North Korea continues testing nuclear missiles, and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez discusses his book "We Rise."
Sep 05 2017
Trevor examines the anti-fascist group "antifa," Ronny Chieng finds out how scientists are fighting medical price hikes, and Reid Hoffman discusses artificial intelligence.
Aug 31 2017
Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj talk about the removal of Confederate statues, Michelle Wolf dissects Ivanka Trump's true agenda, and James Blake discusses "Ways of Grace."
Aug 30 2017
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An email to a Trump business associate reveals a possible Kremlin connection, Roy Wood Jr. discusses NFL head injuries, and Joy Reid explains how Democrats can win elections.
Aug 29 2017
President Trump pardons former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Michael Kosta explains presidential clemency, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry."
Aug 28 2017
Trevor examines President Trump's personas, Jordan Klepper introduces his show The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper, and Nnamdi Asomugha and Colin Warner discuss "Crown Heights."
Aug 24 2017
President Trump holds a divisive rally in Phoenix, Roy Wood Jr. profiles "Michael the Black Man," and Andra Day and Bryan Stevenson discuss the Lynching in America project.
Aug 23 2017
Desi Lydic and Ronny Chieng weigh in on President Trump's Afghanistan War strategy, the Secret Service runs low on funds, and Amy Klobuchar discusses her work in the Senate.
Aug 22 2017
President Trump defends a racially charged rally in Virginia, Roy Wood Jr. gives advice to white supremacists, and Joshua Green discusses Steve Bannon in "Devil's Bargain."
Aug 21 2017
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Trevor examines systemic racism within law enforcement and looks back at the Trump administration's themed week fails, and Kate Fagan discusses "What Made Maddy Run."
Aug 03 2017
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine Jeff Sessions's affirmative action crackdown, Hasan Minhaj visits coal country, and Joe Kennedy III discusses the Democratic platform.
Aug 02 2017
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Russia and North Korea put President Trump to the test, Ronny Chieng examines the everyday impact of global warming, and Al Gore discusses "An Inconvenient Sequel."
Aug 01 2017
Anthony Scaramucci and Reince Priebus leave the White House amid staff shake-ups, President Trump calls for more police violence, and Kathryn Bigelow discusses "Detroit."
Jul 31 2017
President Trump continues bashing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Lewis Black examines America's crumbling infrastructure, and Masha Gessen discusses "The Future Is History."
Jul 27 2017
The GOP makes another push to repeal Obamacare, trans veterans react to President Trump's ban on trans people in the military, and Charlize Theron discusses "Atomic Blonde."
Jul 26 2017
The Senate votes to begin a debate on health care, Democrats unveil a new slogan aimed at working-class voters, and Rola Hallam explains how her company CanDo is aiding Syria.
Jul 25 2017
Anthony Scaramucci joins the Trump administration, Trevor bids farewell to former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and French Montana discusses "Jungle Rules."
Jul 24 2017
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President Trump claims he regrets picking Jeff Sessions as attorney general, Roy Wood Jr. examines the alternate history show "Confederate," and Issa Rae discusses "Insecure."
Jul 20 2017
Jordan Klepper unpacks the Trump-Russia scandal with a former KGB agent, Michelle Wolf calls for redhead emojis, and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe chats with Trevor.
Jul 19 2017
The GOP health care bill collapses in the Senate, new details surface about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson discusses "Power."
Jul 18 2017
Senate Republicans delay the vote on their health care bill, Roy Wood Jr. examines Ann Coulter's Twitter feud with Delta Air Lines, and Regina Hall discusses "Girls Trip."
Jul 17 2017
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Translators struggle to interpret President Trump, Roy Wood Jr. addresses Nevada's shortage of legal marijuana, and Trevor chats with Minnesota State Representative Ilhan Omar.
Jul 13 2017
Fox News defends Donald Trump Jr.'s Russian meeting, Neal Brennan claims the GOP is leading the resistance, and James Davis discusses his Comedy Central show Hood Adjacent.
Jul 12 2017
Donald Trump Jr. releases emails linking him to a Russian lawyer, Michael Kosta compares liberal and conservative consumers, and David O. Brown discusses "Called to Rise."
Jul 11 2017
President Trump attends a G20 summit in Germany, Donald Trump Jr. defends meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 election, and Kumail Nanjiani discusses "The Big Sick."
Jul 10 2017
Senate Republicans unveil their Affordable Care Act replacement, Hasan Minhaj talks to fired federal prosecutor Preet Bharara, and Jerrod Carmichael discusses "Transformers."
Jun 22 2017
Dashcam footage of the police shooting of Philando Castile is released, DJ Khaled teaches Trevor to be positive, and Jason Isbell chats about his album "The Nashville Sound."
Jun 21 2017
GOP senators draft their health care bill in secret, Ronny Chieng finds out how a band won the right to use a racist name, and John Harris discusses Politico in the Trump era.
Jun 20 2017
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Beyonce gives birth to twins, Trevor runs through the news, Democrat Jon Ossoff battles for a House district in Georgia, and Janet Mock discusses "Surpassing Certainty."
Jun 19 2017
Robert Mueller investigates Donald Trump for obstruction of justice, Hasan Minhaj examines U.S. military action, and Whoopi Goldberg discusses American political discourse.
Jun 15 2017
Michelle Wolf weighs in on sexism at Uber, congressional Democrats sue President Trump, and hip-hop artist Vince Staples chats about his album "Big Fish Theory."
Jun 14 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions gets fired up during his Senate hearing, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Russian hackers, and Selenis Leyva discusses "Orange Is the New Black."
Jun 13 2017
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President Trump's shills demonstrate their loyalty, Trevor invites viewers to visit the Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library, and author Roxane Gay discusses "Hunger."
Jun 12 2017
James Comey details his meetings with President Trump in a Senate hearing, Jordan Klepper weighs in on gun control, and Salma Hayek Pinault discusses "Beatriz at Dinner."
Jun 08 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions offers to resign, Eric Trump reportedly shifted charity funds into Trump firms, and Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested discuss "Hell on Earth."
Jun 07 2017
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Trevor examines President Trump's penchant for touting phony accomplishments, Gina Yashere weighs in on the U.K. election, and John Avlon discusses "Washington's Farewell."
Jun 06 2017
World leaders react to President Trump pulling out of the Paris climate deal, Michelle Wolf recaps Megyn Kelly's NBC debut, and William J. Barber II discusses systemic racism.
Jun 05 2017
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President Trump withdraws the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, Jim Jefferies weighs in on the White House's woes, and Senator Al Franken discusses "Giant of the Senate."
Jun 01 2017
The White House praises President Trump's trip abroad, Michelle Wolf unpacks the expectations surrounding "Wonder Woman," and Logan Browning discusses "Dear White People."
May 31 2017
President Trump goes on his first international trip, Jordan Klepper breaks down the Brussels NATO summit, and Elizabeth Ford discusses "Sometimes Amazing Things Happen."
May 30 2017
Trevor reviews the ongoing turmoil within the Trump administration, Desi Lydic interviews an excessively honest politician, and Kerry Washington chats about "Scandal."
May 18 2017
President Trump allegedly asked James Comey to end the Russia investigation, Vladimir Putin comes to the White House's aid, and Susan Burton discusses "Becoming Ms. Burton."
May 17 2017
Jordan Klepper explains why President Trump gave classified intel to Russian officials, Ronny Chieng talks flying cars, and Gabourey Sidibe discusses "This Is Just My Face."
May 16 2017
President Trump allegedly shares classified information with Russian officials, Confederate monuments get dismantled in the South, and Timothy Snyder discusses "On Tyranny."
May 15 2017
President Trump's rationale for firing FBI Director James Comey begins to unravel, Russian officials visit the White House, and D.L. Hughley discusses "The D.L. Hughley Show."
May 11 2017
Trevor examines the fallout from the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and former presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett discusses the Obamas' post-White House activism.
May 10 2017
Sally Yates testifies about Michael Flynn in an open Senate hearing, Hasan Minhaj gives the media advice for the Trump era, and Djimon Hounsou discusses "King Arthur."
May 09 2017
Michelle Wolf weighs in on women's health care under the GOP, Roy Wood Jr. reacts to France electing Emmanuel Macron president, and Wanda Sykes chats about "Snatched."
May 08 2017
House Republicans pass an Obamacare replacement bill, Roy Wood Jr. uses an airline scandal to make Congress care about black people, and Robert Sapolsky discusses "Behave."
May 04 2017
Protesters march against President Trump's anti-environmentalist agenda, Michael Bloomberg and Carl Pope discuss "Climate of Hope," and Sanaa Lathan talks about "Shots Fired."
May 03 2017
Hillary Clinton gives a post-election interview, Ronny Chieng examines the horrors of air travel, and W. Kamau Bell discusses "The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell."
May 02 2017
The Fyre Festival implodes, Hasan Minhaj celebrates his gig at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett and Tommy Vietor discuss "Pod Save America."
May 01 2017
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Trevor recaps the day's top headlines, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how Bigfoot could save Alabama's forests, and Katy Tur talks about covering Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Apr 27 2017
Trevor finds out how Southerners honor Confederate Memorial Day, Jordan Klepper examines Alabama's history, and Kevin Coval discusses his book "A People's History of Chicago."
Apr 26 2017
Trevor gets a surprise visit from "Donald Trump", Hasan Minhaj takes a look at Alabama prison reform, and Charlamagne Tha God talks about his book, Black Privilege.
Apr 25 2017
President Trump approaches the end of his first 100 days in office, Desi Lydic learns about Christian culture in Alabama, and Ohio Governor John Kasich discusses "Two Paths."
Apr 24 2017
Trevor examines the Trump administration's stance on marijuana, Roy Wood Jr. investigates internet privacy issues, and Rashida Jones discusses "Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On."
Apr 20 2017
Fox News fires Bill O'Reilly, Hasan Minhaj investigates a Texas town's contaminated water supply, and Professor Marc Edwards talks about the ongoing lead crisis in Flint, MI.
Apr 19 2017
Infowars host Alex Jones claims to be a performance artist, Roy Wood Jr. predicts the future of the Trump presidency, and Rep. Adam Schiff discusses Russian election hacking.
Apr 18 2017
Trevor wonders where World War III will begin, the White House fumbles through the Easter Egg Roll, and economist Austan Goolsbee discusses President Trump's budget.
Apr 17 2017
Pepsi pulls its tone-deaf ad featuring Kendall Jenner, Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj reveal Donald Trump's best tweet, and Michelle Rodriguez talks "The Fate of the Furious."
Apr 05 2017
Trevor examines Jared Kushner's extensive White House responsibilities, Turkey votes on whether to become a dictatorship, and Chelsea Handler discusses "Chelsea."
Apr 04 2017
Accused sexual predator President Trump honors Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Roy Wood Jr. explains Black Twitter, and Dr. Willie Parker discusses his book "Life's Work."
Apr 03 2017
Paul Ryan laughs off an attack from Donald Trump, Michelle Wolf explains why Rachel Dolezal shouldn't try to pass as black, and Chris Hayes discusses "A Colony in a Nation."
Mar 30 2017
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President Trump rolls back coal industry regulations, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. update their Third Month Mania brackets, and Residente discusses his eponymous documentary.
Mar 29 2017
Roy Wood Jr. militarizes Meals on Wheels, Devin Nunes shares classified information in an investigation on President Trump, and Helene Cooper discusses "Madame President."
Mar 28 2017
The Best F#@king News Team figures out who's to blame for the GOP's failed health care bill, President Trump lies about going golfing, and John Singleton discusses "Rebel."
Mar 27 2017
The GOP halts the vote on its Obamacare replacement bill, Ronny Chieng researches the dangers of dating in Australia, and Zara Larsson discusses her album "So Good."
Mar 23 2017
SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch faces his Senate confirmation hearing, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. enter another round of Third Month Mania, and Michael Peña discusses "CHIPS."
Mar 22 2017
Trevor runs through the busy news day, Jordan Klepper looks into President Trump's 2020 bid, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses Neil Gorsuch's SCOTUS confirmation hearing.
Mar 21 2017
Trevor looks at Fox News's influence in the White House, the FBI and NSA dispute President Trump's wiretapping claims, and Bassem Youssef discusses "Revolution for Dummies."
Mar 20 2017
Dutch voters reject far-right prime minister candidate Geert Wilders, Gina Yashere examines how the U.K. is faring post-Brexit, and Donna Brazile discusses Democratic policy.
Mar 16 2017
Trevor breaks down Paul Ryan and President Trump's health care bill, Ronny Chieng looks at the downside of smart technology, and Jesse Williams discusses "Grey's Anatomy."
Mar 15 2017
President Trump fails to provide evidence that Barack Obama wiretapped him, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. announce Third Month Mania, and Lee Daniels discusses "Star."
Mar 13 2017
Trevor and Jordan Klepper sing to "forgotten" Americans, Team Trump threatens to erase climate data, and Alynda Segarra discusses Hurray for the Riff Raff's "The Navigator."
Mar 09 2017
The GOP unveils a disastrous replacement for Obamacare, Michelle Wolf details Ivanka Trump's problematic brand of feminism, and Tressie McMillan Cottom discusses "Lower Ed."
Mar 08 2017
HUD Secretary Ben Carson refers to slaves as "immigrants," Lewis Black breaks down Uber's many scandals, and Judd Apatow discusses his Netflix series "Love."
Mar 07 2017
President Trump makes a baseless claim that former President Obama wiretapped him, Neal Brennan examines the GOP's hypocrisy, and Jennifer Lopez discusses "Shades of Blue."
Mar 06 2017
Jordan Klepper looks at Jeff Sessions's scandalous talks with Russia, Adam Lowitt examines recent anti-Semitic attacks, and Evan Osnos discusses his New Yorker cover story.
Mar 02 2017
Trevor calls out the media for praising President Trump's first congressional address, and "The Lead" host Jake Tapper talks about upholding freedom of the press.
Mar 01 2017
Twitter slams Kellyanne Conway for kneeling on a White House sofa, Desi Lydic finds out if paid protesters are invading town halls, and Run the Jewels talk "Run the Jewels 3."
Feb 28 2017
The Trump administration tries to crack down on news leaks, Roy Wood Jr. celebrates black excellence at the Oscars, and John Oliver discusses "Last Week Tonight."
Feb 27 2017
President Trump holds a turbulent press conference, Jordan Klepper talks to New Jersey residents living on Dick Street, and Ezra Edelman discusses "O.J.: Made in America."
Feb 16 2017
Trevor reflects on having a president with grandpa tendencies, Donald Trump weighs in on the Israel-Palestine conflict, and Mark Mazzetti discusses Russia's election hacking.
Feb 15 2017
National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigns and Republicans don't know how to handle questions about it, and Laverne Cox discusses the TV show "Doubt."
Feb 14 2017
President Trump meets with Japan's Shinzo Abe, Trevor profiles Trump's senior adviser Stephen Miller, and Elaine Welteroth and Phillip Picardi discuss Teen Vogue.
Feb 13 2017
The Trump family is accused of using the White House for financial gain, Roy Wood Jr. prepares for Fashion Week and the Grammys, and Laura Jane Grace discusses "Tranny."
Feb 09 2017
Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders debate health care on CNN, Elizabeth Warren reacts to being silenced on the Senate floor, and actress Tracee Ellis Ross discusses "Black-ish."
Feb 08 2017
President Trump accuses the media of underreporting terrorism, Michelle Wolf lauds Kellyanne Conway's duplicity, and Marty Walsh discusses Boston's sanctuary city status.
Feb 07 2017
President Trump lashes out at a federal judge on Twitter, Trevor examines Steve Bannon's role in the White House, and Keith Ellison discusses the Democratic Party's future.
Feb 06 2017
President Trump picks fights with Mexico and Australia, Roy Wood Jr. attends a football convention to get his mind off of politics, and Blair Underwood discusses "Quantico."
Feb 02 2017
President Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and hosts a Black History Month gathering, and David Miliband discusses the International Rescue Committee.
Feb 01 2017
President Trump fires the acting U.S. attorney general, Hasan Minhaj puts the Muslim-targeted travel ban into historical perspective, and Anthony D. Romero discusses the ACLU.
Jan 31 2017
Hasan Minhaj examines a Muslim-targeted travel ban, Neal Brennan accuses President Trump of being too sensitive, and Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin discuss "Rest in Power."
Jan 30 2017
Donald Trump gives his first interview as president, Trevor examines the actual inaugural cake, and Laurence Fishburne talks about playing Nelson Mandela in "Madiba."
Jan 26 2017
President Trump signs a series of controversial executive orders, author Heather Ann Thompson discusses "Blood in the Water," and actress Bellamy Young chats about "Scandal."
Jan 25 2017
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Trevor profiles White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, The Best F#@king News Team auditions to read President Trump's tweets, and Big Sean discusses his album "I Decided."
Jan 24 2017
Millions gather worldwide to march for women's rights, Desi Lydic examines the Trump administration's "alternative facts," and Matt Taibbi discusses "Insane Clown President."
Jan 23 2017
Donald Trump is sworn in as president, Roy Wood Jr. salutes Barack Obama, Desi Lydic tackles parenthood in a new America, and Joy Reid discusses "We Are the Change We Seek."
Jan 20 2017
Tensions over President-elect Trump's relationship with Russia rise ahead of his inauguration, Scott Conroy discusses "Embeds," and James McAvoy chats about his movie "Split."
Jan 19 2017
Secretary of education nominee Betsy DeVos undergoes a harsh Senate hearing, Michelle Wolf examines Donald Trump's approval rating, and Samantha Power discusses her U.N. role.
Jan 18 2017
President Obama makes last-ditch efforts to protect his legacy, Lewis Black reflects on the lack of star power at Donald Trump's inauguration, and John Zimmer discusses Lyft.
Jan 17 2017
Donald Trump lashes out at John Lewis, Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold talks about covering the 2016 election, and Bryshere Gray discusses "The New Edition Story."
Jan 16 2017
The U.S. Ethics Office blasts Donald Trump's divestment plan, Ben Carson begins his confirmation hearing for HUD secretary, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood.
Jan 12 2017
President Obama gives his farewell address, Donald Trump dismisses CNN as "fake news" at his first post-election press conference, and Jonathan Chait discusses "Audacity."
Jan 11 2017
Donald Trump prepares for a pre-inauguration news conference, Roy Wood Jr. examines Apple's gun emoji redesign, and Aasif Mandvi discusses "A Series of Unfortunate Events."
Jan 10 2017
Trevor recaps the 2017 Golden Globes, Donald Trump lies about an intelligence report on Russian election hacking, and Susan Goldberg discusses National Geographic magazine.
Jan 09 2017
The GOP prepares to repeal Obamacare, Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic examine congressional gridlock, and Keegan-Michael Key gives his final address as Obama's anger translator.
Jan 05 2017
Republicans defend a vote to gut an ethics panel, Michelle Wolf examines a congressional swearing-in ceremony, and Omar Saif Ghobash discusses "Letters to a Young Muslim."
Jan 04 2017
Republicans vote to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics, Vladimir Putin reacts to President Obama's sanctions on Russia, and Michael Che discusses "Michael Che Matters."
Jan 03 2017
The Best F#@king News Team recaps the biggest stories of 2016, Jordan Klepper celebrates Donald Trump supporters, and Rob Corddry discusses "Office Christmas Party."
Dec 15 2016
Donald Trump admits to campaigning on falsehoods, Desi Lydic and Michelle Wolf examine the future of reproductive rights, and Michael K. Williams discusses "Assassin's Creed."
Dec 14 2016
Donald Trump picks Rex Tillerson for secretary of state, The Best F#@king News Team designs poop-friendly NASA suits, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses "My President Was Black."
Dec 13 2016
Trevor sits down with President Obama at the White House to discuss Russia's impact on the 2016 election, the incoming Trump administration and responses to modern racism.
Dec 12 2016
President-elect Trump strikes a problematic deal with Carrier to keep jobs in the U.S., Evan McMullin talks about uniting Americans, and DJ Khaled discusses "The Keys."
Dec 08 2016
Thomas Jefferson (Jordan Klepper) explains the Electoral College, Hasan Minhaj looks at criminals who go viral online, and Brian Tyree Henry discusses his role in "Atlanta."
Dec 07 2016
President-elect Trump raises eyebrows after talking to the president of Taiwan, Hasan Minhaj learns how the Navy is going green, and John Legend discusses "La La Land."
Dec 06 2016
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Ben Carson is nominated for secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Jordan Klepper attends Donald Trump's post-election tour, and Van Jones discusses "The Messy Truth."
Dec 05 2016
Trevor examines the initial route of the Dakota Access Pipeline, President-elect Trump names Michael Flynn national security adviser, and Chelsea Handler discusses "Chelsea."
Dec 01 2016
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine Trump administration nominees Jeff Sessions and Steven Mnuchin, and "Tomi" host Tomi Lahren talks about being a voice for conservatism.
Nov 30 2016
The media grapples with President-elect Trump's lying, Adam Lowitt weighs in on a Holocaust-themed ice skating performance in Russia, and Mahershala Ali discusses "Moonlight."
Nov 29 2016
Donald Trump is accused of exploiting his president-elect status for personal gain, Cuban leader Fidel Castro dies, and Ryan Speedo Green discusses "Sing for Your Life."
Nov 28 2016
President-elect Trump's transition team calls for a Muslim registry, George Packer discusses the working class, and Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest talks "We Got It From Here."
Nov 17 2016
Alt-right leader Steve Bannon joins the Trump administration, The Best F#@king News Team mourns the death of facts, and Wesley Lowery discusses "They Can't Kill Us All."
Nov 16 2016
Trevor compares Donald Trump to South African President Jacob Zuma, developing countries learn about U.S. democracy, and Desus Nice and The Kid Mero discuss "Desus & Mero."
Nov 15 2016
President-elect Donald Trump backs down on key campaign promises, Nate Silver discusses FiveThirtyEight, and Adrian Grenier talks about the Lonely Whale Foundation.
Nov 14 2016
Barack Obama meets President-elect Trump, Ronny Chieng finds new ways to poll the electorate, and Deborah Lee James and Eric Fanning discuss the transition of military power.
Nov 10 2016
After Donald Trump is elected president, Michelle Wolf and Hasan Minhaj break down how women and Muslims are reacting, and John Stanton discusses BuzzFeed's election coverage.
Nov 09 2016
The Best F#@king News Team, Ana Marie Cox, Douglas Brinkley and Keegan-Michael Key join Trevor for live coverage of the 2016 presidential election.
Nov 08 2016
The FBI concludes its probe into Hillary Clinton's emails just ahead of the 2016 election, Trevor urges viewers to vote, and Jonathan Capehart discusses the electoral map.
Nov 07 2016
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Key Senate races in Illinois and North Carolina heat up, Trevor imagines life at Donald Trump's campaign headquarters, and Common discusses his album "Black America Again."
Nov 03 2016
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Trevor describes how Hillary Clinton is living the black experience, Desi Lydic meets the founder of the Trumpettes, and Kal Penn discusses his role on "Designated Survivor."
Nov 02 2016
The FBI begins another probe into Hillary Clinton's emails, Michelle Wolf discusses male birth control, and Susan Rice reflects on her time as U.S. national security adviser.
Nov 01 2016
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In this Halloween episode, Jeff Ross and The Best F#@king News Team join Trevor for a look into the post-apocalyptic world of a Donald Trump presidency.
Oct 31 2016
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The Obama administration announces major price hikes for Obamacare, Desi Lydic and Eliza Cossio conduct a rigged election poll, and rapper Jeezy discusses "Trap or Die 3."
Oct 27 2016
Trevor examines the online media's partisan divide, John Della Volpe talks about polling millennial voters, and Phil Collins chats about his memoir "Not Dead Yet."
Oct 26 2016
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Roy Wood Jr. examines the closing of a French refugee camp, Donald Trump pledges to sue his sexual assault accusers, and Dana Bash talks about reporting on the 2016 election.
Oct 25 2016
Donald Trump threatens to challenge the results of the 2016 election, Roy Wood Jr. examines the struggles black journalists face, and Mike Colter discusses "Luke Cage."
Oct 20 2016
In this live episode, Trevor and Matt Taibbi unpack Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's final presidential debate, and Roy Wood Jr. grills apathetic black voters.
Oct 19 2016
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Melania Trump addresses Donald Trump's Pussygate scandal, WikiLeaks publishes Hillary Clinton's emails and Wall Street speeches, and Uzo Aduba discusses "American Pastoral."
Oct 18 2016
The U.S. bombs Yemen, Donald Trump claims that the 2016 presidential election will be rigged, and Russell Simmons discusses the Muslims Are Speaking Out campaign.
Oct 17 2016
Multiple women accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, Ana Navarro discusses growing tensions within the GOP, and Jidenna performs songs from his album "Long Live the Chief."
Oct 13 2016
Conservative Christians defend Donald Trump's Pussygate comments, The Best F#@king News Team debates trigger warnings, and Bryan Christy discusses the rhino horn trade.
Oct 12 2016
Desi Lydic fact-checks 2016's second presidential debate, Michelle Wolf examines Donald Trump's sexual assault scandal, and Charlamagne Tha God discusses "The Breakfast Club."
Oct 11 2016
Donald Trump brags about groping women in a 2005 video, Trevor likens Trump to an African dictator, and Xavier Becerra discusses Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Oct 10 2016
Ronny Chieng unpacks a racist segment from "The O'Reilly Factor," Desi Lydic investigates political sexism, and Carmelo Anthony discusses the Carmelo Anthony Foundation.
Oct 06 2016
The media creates scandals by taking remarks by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump out of context, Lewis Black urges millennials to vote, and Mark Duplass discusses "Blue Jay."
Oct 05 2016
In this live episode, Trevor recaps the vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Tim Kaine, Hasan Minhaj honors Joe Biden, and Ezra Klein discusses the 2016 election.
Oct 04 2016
Donald Trump's tax history comes into question, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Congress allowing Americans to sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11, and James Marsden discusses "Westworld."
Oct 03 2016

Season 21

161 Episodes

Trevor examines the legacy of stop-and-frisk, Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper test North Carolina's anti-LGBT HB2 law, and Blood Orange performs songs from "Freetown Sound."
Sep 29 2016
Donald Trump defends attacks he made on a former Miss Universe's weight, Trevor looks back at Trump's history of sexism, and Reid Hoffman discusses the presidential election.
Sep 28 2016
Donald Trump blames his poor debate performance on his microphone, Desi Lydic fact-checks the first presidential debate, and Sara Goldrick-Rab discusses "Paying the Price."
Sep 27 2016
Trevor covers the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Jordan Klepper learns about political fact-checking, and Alicia Menendez discusses debate moderation.
Sep 26 2016
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Mark Zuckerberg announces a plan to cure all diseases, Trevor marvels at Tomi Lahren's inexplicable anger, and CNN's Lisa Ling discusses "This Is Life with Lisa Ling."
Sep 22 2016
Trevor examines the police shooting of Terence Crutcher, Wells Fargo scams millions of customers, and Wendy Williams talks about hosting "The Wendy Williams Show."
Sep 21 2016
Donald Trump Jr. likens Syrian refugees to deadly Skittles, Jordan Klepper has an enlightening experience at a Trump rally, and Jada Pinkett Smith discusses "Gotham."
Sep 20 2016
New Yorkers are unfazed by a terrorist attack in Manhattan, Michelle Wolf tackles a burkini controversy in France, and Nick Jonas and Ben Schnetzer discuss their movie "Goat."
Sep 19 2016
President Obama stumps for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump stops by "The Dr. Oz Show," and Clinton Foundation Founder Bill Clinton discusses Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Sep 15 2016
A Missouri law may lift training requirements for gun owners, Roy Wood Jr. reports on a college protest that fights firearms with dildos, and Hannah Hart discusses "Dirty 30."
Sep 14 2016
NFL star Colin Kaepernick protests during the national anthem, The Best F#@king News Team debates Kaepernick's patriotism, and Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin talk theSkimm.
Sep 13 2016
Hillary Clinton hides her pneumonia from the public, Hasan Minhaj investigates the Dakota Access pipeline, and rapper T.I. discusses his show "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle."
Sep 12 2016
Matt Lauer grills Hillary Clinton on her emails, Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump on international relations, and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses "Upstanders."
Sep 08 2016
Trevor breaks down Congress's inaction on Zika funding, Hasan Minhaj details the latest features on the iPhone 7, and Ava DuVernay discusses "Queen Sugar."
Sep 07 2016
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China snubs President Obama at the G20 Summit, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on Donald Trump's attempt to woo black voters, and Jeff Ross discusses his special Jeff Ross Roasts Cops.
Sep 06 2016
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The Best F#@king News Team examines third-party candidates, Jordan Klepper puts Donald Trump fans to the test, and Emily King performs songs from her album "The Switch."
Aug 18 2016
Donald Trump calls for more cops in black communities, Trevor examines police profiling, and LeBron James discusses the LeBron James Family Foundation and "Cleveland Hustles."
Aug 17 2016
Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump's counterterrorism speech, Yaa Gyasi discusses her book "Homegoing," and Sharlto Copley talks about his movie "The Hollars."
Aug 16 2016
Donald Trump's surrogates defend his claims that President Obama founded ISIS, Ronny Chieng examines the Trump Organization, and Daniel Radcliffe discusses "Imperium."
Aug 15 2016
Donald Trump claims Barack Obama founded ISIS, Trevor suggests ways to prevent police from shooting unarmed citizens, and Mike Birbiglia discusses "Don't Think Twice."
Aug 11 2016
Donald Trump calls on Second Amendment supporters to thwart Hillary Clinton, and Mychal Denzel Smith discusses "Invisible Man, Got the Whole World Watching."
Aug 10 2016
Congress battles over Zika funding amid U.S. outbreaks, Desi Lydic fact-checks Donald Trump's economic speech, and Riki Lindhome and Natasha Leggero discuss Another Period.
Aug 09 2016
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Donald Trump accuses Democrats of rigging the election, and Representative John Lewis talks about participating in the civil rights movement in his book "March: Book Three."
Aug 08 2016
On The Daily Show's final night at the DNC in Philadelphia, The Best F#@king News Team reviews the week's speeches, and Cory Booker discusses Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Jul 29 2016
As the DNC wraps up in in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination for president, and Mark Leibovich discusses the high-stakes election.
Jul 28 2016
From the DNC in Philadelphia, Desi Lydic unpacks Hillary Clinton's nomination, Donald Trump asks Russia to hack the U.S., and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand discusses paid leave.
Jul 27 2016
To kick off The Daily Show's DNC coverage, The Best F#@king News Team examines a DNC email leak, and John Podesta discusses Hillary Clinton's presidential nomination.
Jul 26 2016
On The Daily Show's final night of RNC coverage, The Best F#@king News Team reacts to Donald Trump's nomination, fact-checks the speeches and prepares for possible deportation.
Jul 22 2016
Live from the RNC in Cleveland, Donald Trump accepts the GOP presidential nomination, Rosie O'Donnell looks back at the mogul's life, and Alex Wagner discusses the election.
Jul 21 2016
From the RNC in Cleveland, Chris Christie leads anti-Hillary Clinton chants, Jordan Klepper examines Donald Trump's faith, and Christiane Amanpour discusses political unity.
Jul 20 2016
To kick off The Daily Show's Republican National Convention coverage, Trevor breaks down the first day of speeches, and Michael Steele discusses Donald Trump's GOP nomination.
Jul 19 2016
Trevor reacts to the police shootings of two black men, Gretchen Carlson sues Fox News CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment, and Julia Stiles discusses "Jason Bourne."
Jul 07 2016
Hillary Clinton's past remarks about her email investigation prove to be untrue, Donald Trump praises Saddam Hussein, and Terry McMillan discusses "I Almost Forgot About You."
Jul 06 2016
The FBI announces that Hillary Clinton won't be indicted over an email scandal, Donald Trump tweets an anti-Semitic image, and Jim Gaffigan discusses "The Jim Gaffigan Show."
Jul 05 2016
The U.K. hunts for a new prime minister following the Brexit vote, Jessica Williams says goodbye to The Daily Show, and Chuck Klosterman discusses "But What If We're Wrong?"
Jun 30 2016
Elizabeth Warren campaigns with presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, Desi Lydic fact-checks a Donald Trump speech, and Laverne Cox chats about "Orange Is the New Black."
Jun 29 2016
The Supreme Court strikes down restrictive abortion regulations in Texas, Jordan Klepper reports on Illinois's budget impasse, and Calvin Trillin discusses "Jackson, 1964."
Jun 28 2016
The U.K. votes to leave the European Union, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down Jesse Williams's anti-racism speech at the BET Awards, and Cynthia Erivo discusses "The Color Purple."
Jun 27 2016
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House Democrats stage a sit-in protest to call for gun control legislation, Michelle Wolf dissects the Second Amendment, and Macklemore discusses opioid addiction.
Jun 23 2016
Rio de Janeiro prepares for the Olympics, Roy Wood Jr. investigates lobbyists and the Army Corps of Engineers, and John Heilemann and Mark Halperin discuss "The Circus."
Jun 22 2016
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper demonstrate why Congress can't pass gun control legislation, a heat wave hits the Southwest, and Tavis Smiley discusses "Before You Judge Me."
Jun 21 2016
Donald Trump fires his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Rep. Jim Himes explains how the NRA influences Congress, and Jack Garratt performs songs from his album "Phase."
Jun 20 2016
Senate Democrats push for gun control in a 15-hour filibuster, Trevor examines Australia's declining species, and Miss USA Deshauna Barber discusses PTSD aid for veterans.
Jun 16 2016
Jordan Klepper and Desi Lydic discuss white voters, Roy Wood Jr. examines Alabama's scandal-plagued government, and Roland Emmerich talks about "Independence Day: Resurgence."
Jun 15 2016
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton respond to a mass shooting in Florida, Michelangelo Signorile examines homophobia in the U.S., and Eddie Huang discusses "Double Cup Love."
Jun 14 2016
Trevor discusses the mass shooting in Orlando, FL, Jordan Klepper learns about a GOP delegation dispute in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and James Carville discusses Politicon.
Jun 13 2016
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Michelle Wolf offers advice to Hillary Clinton, Trevor unearths a sexist Donald Trump interview from 1994, and Politico's Mike Allen examines the presidential election.
May 26 2016
Brazil faces political turmoil as it prepares for the Olympics, Donald Trump ties Hillary Clinton to a discredited conspiracy theory, and Corey Pegues discusses "Once a Cop."
May 25 2016
The NRA endorses presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Desi Lydic speaks to gun owners about firearm safety, and Katie Couric discusses her documentary "Under the Gun."
May 24 2016
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Donald Trump helps Chris Christie pay off the debt from his failed presidential run, the TSA tries to recruit new employees, and Rose Byrne discusses "X-Men: Apocalypse."
May 23 2016
President Obama calls for trans-friendly school bathrooms, Bernie Sanders supporters clash with the Democratic party, and Arianna Huffington discusses "The Sleep Revolution."
May 19 2016
Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly bury the hatchet, Hasan Minhaj sits down with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Jason Sudeikis chats about "The Angry Birds Movie."
May 18 2016
The Supreme Court refuses to rule on a pivotal contraception case, Hasan Minhaj reports on Canadians taking in Syrian refugees, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses SCOTUS's future.
May 17 2016
Donald Trump is caught posing as his own fake publicist, Eliza Cossio examines the GOP's chance of winning the Latino vote, and Anthony Anderson discusses "Black-ish."
May 16 2016
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Donald Trump refuses to release his tax returns, Latino immigrants fast-track their paths to citizenship ahead of the election, and B.J. Novak discusses The List App.
May 12 2016
Queen Elizabeth II calls out Chinese officials for being rude, Bernie Sanders wins the West Virginia Democratic primary, and Nate Silver discusses the presidential election.
May 11 2016
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The federal government files a lawsuit against North Carolina's transphobic bill, Michelle Wolf imagines a Donald Trump presidency, and Joe Morton discusses "Turn Me Loose."
May 10 2016
The GOP comes to terms with Donald Trump's imminent presidential nomination, Desi Lydic weighs in on modern motherhood, and Sherman Alexie discusses his book "Thunder Boy Jr."
May 09 2016
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Donald Trump panders to Hispanic voters, Ronny Chieng reports on Americans' selfie obsession, and The Heavy performs songs from their album "Hurt & the Merciless."
May 05 2016
Donald Trump becomes the presumptive GOP nominee, Hasan Minhaj investigates professional soccer's gender wage gap, and Bethany Cosentino fights sexism in the music industry.
May 04 2016
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Starbucks faces a lawsuit over its excessive use of ice, Donald Trump links Ted Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald, and Josh King discusses his book "Off Script."
May 03 2016
Donald Trump surrounds himself with unusual supporters, Ronny Chieng investigates contested conventions, and Trevor chats with "Game of Thrones" star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
May 02 2016
John Boehner rips into fellow Republican Ted Cruz, Black Trump (Roy Wood Jr.) debuts his rap video, and Ricky Gervais chats about his movie "Special Correspondents."
Apr 28 2016
Donald Trump fires off sexist remarks at Hillary Clinton, Lewis Black auditions for a morning talk show, and BuzzFeed News's McKay Coppins discusses his book "The Wilderness."
Apr 27 2016
Virginia grants voting rights to its previously incarcerated citizens, New York repeals its sales tax on tampons, and Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key chat about "Keanu."
Apr 26 2016
Beyonce's visual album "Lemonade" creates a media frenzy, Hasan Minhaj talks to Sikhs about Islamophobia, and Danielle Brooks discusses Broadway's "The Color Purple."
Apr 25 2016
Desi Lydic scams her fellow New Yorkers, Hasan Minhaj provides a few tax evasion tips, and Howard Dean offers his take on the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Apr 21 2016
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump win the New York primaries, The Best F#@king News Team relives the 90s, and Sturgill Simpson performs songs from "A Sailor's Guide to Earth."
Apr 20 2016
Brazil's Congress votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, and Ben Carson defends his endorsement of Donald Trump and faces off against an unlikely opponent in a debate.
Apr 19 2016
A Muslim man is kicked off a Southwest flight for speaking Arabic, Desi Lydic teaches Ted Cruz about "New York values," and Ellie Kemper discusses "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."
Apr 18 2016
Jordan Klepper demonstrates the problem with primary delegates, Ted Cruz tries to appear likable at a CNN town hall, and W. Kamau Bell discusses "United Shades of America."
Apr 14 2016
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Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert is indicted on banking charges, Trevor examines Donald Trump's failed line of health products, and Ken Jeong discusses "Dr. Ken."
Apr 13 2016
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio makes a racially insensitive joke, Ronny Chieng and Jessica Williams examine sexual racism, and King Bach discusses "Meet the Blacks."
Apr 12 2016
Hillary Clinton and John Kasich campaign in New York City, Jordan Klepper tests a Japanese virtual reality sex suit, and Jennifer Hudson discusses her role in "Confirmation."
Apr 11 2016
Michelle Wolf unpacks the role of candidates' wives on the campaign trail, the winner of Third Month Mania is revealed, and Juan Williams discusses his book "We the People."
Apr 07 2016
North Carolina and Kansas pass transphobic bathroom laws, Jessica Williams examines trans panic, and Angelica Ross discusses TransTech Social Enterprises.
Apr 06 2016
The U.S. women's soccer team calls for pay equal to their male counterparts, Trevor examines Donald Trump's sexist past, and Jerrod Carmichael discusses "The Carmichael Show."
Apr 05 2016
Hillary Clinton shuts down Bernie Sanders's debate request, Debbie Wasserman Schultz weighs in on the presidential election, and a Panama law firm reveals global corruption.
Apr 04 2016
Ted Cruz blasts President Obama's response to bombings in Brussels, Roy Wood Jr. and Hasan Minhaj weigh Third Month Mania rivals, and Ethan Hawke discusses "Born to Be Blue."
Mar 24 2016
Trevor examines how the GOP ended up with Donald Trump, and Senator Lindsey Graham shoots pool and explains why he begrudgingly endorsed presidential hopeful Ted Cruz.
Mar 23 2016
President Obama visits Cuba, Roy Wood Jr. finds out how Thabo Sefolosha beat a wrongful arrest, and Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas discusses Estonia's technological advances.
Mar 22 2016
Trevor examines the media's relationship with Donald Trump, Ronny Chieng investigates artificial intelligence, and Shaka Senghor discusses his memoir "Writing My Wrongs."
Mar 21 2016
President Obama nominates Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. debate Third Month Mania matchups, and Theo James discusses "Allegiant."
Mar 17 2016
Donald Trump predicts rioting if he doesn't win the GOP bid, Adam Lowitt examines anti-Semitism in politics, and Brian Fallon performs songs from his album "Painkillers."
Mar 16 2016
Hillary Clinton accidentally revives a Benghazi conversation, The Best F#@king News Team provides a service for Donald Trump supporters, and Joe Nocera discusses "Indentured."
Mar 15 2016
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Bernie Sanders supporters crash a series of Donald Trump rallies, Neal Brennan weighs in on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and CNN's Van Jones discusses the Dream Corps.
Mar 14 2016
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the U.S., Ronny Chieng examines the Tri-Faith Initiative in Nebraska, and Padma Lakshmi discusses "Love, Loss, and What We Ate."
Mar 10 2016
Bernie Sanders pulls a surprise win in the Michigan primary, Jordan Klepper fact-checks Donald Trump's business record, and Sacha Baron Cohen discusses "The Brothers Grimsby."
Mar 09 2016
Jordan Klepper talks to white kids who have only ever known a black president, Lewis Black reviews Osama bin Laden's will, and Ellen Page discusses her series "Gaycation."
Mar 08 2016
The GOP fights Donald Trump for party control, Roy Wood Jr. and Jessica Williams honor Ben Carson's political career, and Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson discuss "Broad City."
Mar 07 2016
Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, Jordan Klepper learns about an unexpected compromise on gun research, and Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses New York City's tech industry.
Mar 03 2016
The Best F#@king News Team reveals Trevor's feelings about Donald Trump, Hasan Minhaj weighs in on Marco Rubio's primary strategy, and Chrissy Teigen chats about "Cravings."
Mar 02 2016
Iowa lawmakers propose a bill that could allow kids under 14 to shoot handguns, Kristen Schaal examines female body acceptance, and Neal Brennan discusses "3 Mics."
Mar 01 2016
Bernie Sanders takes his loss in the South Carolina primary in stride, Donald Trump unknowingly tweets a Benito Mussolini quote, and Morris Chestnut chats about "Rosewood."
Feb 29 2016
Apple refuses to unlock a terrorist's iPhone for the FBI, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders vie for the black vote, and Michael Hayden discusses "Playing to the Edge."
Feb 25 2016
Donald Trump wins his third straight Republican primary, researchers discover that Adolf Hitler had a micropenis, and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky discusses founding his company.
Feb 24 2016
Senate Republicans preemptively veto President Obama's Supreme Court nomination, Jessica Williams investigates a homophobic church, and Anthony Mackie discusses "Triple 9."
Feb 23 2016
Jeb Bush drops out of the GOP presidential race, Yoweri Museveni is reelected president of Uganda for a fifth term, and Senator Cory Booker discusses his book "United."
Feb 22 2016
Jordan Klepper immerses himself in Donald Trump's political circus, Roy Wood Jr. investigates the decline of American fast food, and Ben Stiller chats about "Zoolander 2."
Feb 11 2016
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump win the New Hampshire primaries, Roy Wood Jr. hits the campaign trail, and Olivia Wilde discusses her role in the HBO series "Vinyl."
Feb 10 2016
Donald Trump lashes out at Ted Cruz, Jessica Williams examines the Democrats' gender divide, and The Suffers perform songs from their self-titled debut album.
Feb 09 2016
Donald Trump lashes out at the audience during a GOP debate, Jessica Williams breaks down Beyonce's halftime show, and Gillian Jacobs discusses her Netflix series "Love."
Feb 08 2016
GOP presidential dropout Rick Santorum endorses Marco Rubio, Ronny Chieng examines a questionable NBA promotion, and Lilly Singh discusses "A Trip to Unicorn Island."
Feb 04 2016
Ben Carson and Donald Trump accuse Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa caucuses, Roy Wood Jr. examines racism in porn, and Hannibal Buress discusses "Comedy Camisado."
Feb 03 2016
Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton win the Iowa caucuses, The Best F#@king News Team looks back at the Emancipation Proclamation, and Peter Bergen discuses "United States of Jihad."
Feb 02 2016
Roy Wood Jr. looks back at Martin Luther King Jr.'s arrest in Alabama, Ronny Chieng talks about the history of the Iowa caucuses, and Reshma Saujani discusses Girls Who Code.
Feb 01 2016
Jordan Klepper and Hasan Minhaj weigh Ted Cruz against Donald Trump, Roy Wood Jr. breaks down political ads, and Ryan Lizza discusses the GOP presidential contenders.
Jan 28 2016
Donald Trump drops out of a GOP debate, two undercover anti-Planned Parenthood investigators are indicted, and Jerry Seinfeld chats about "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
Jan 27 2016
ISIS creates a dating site, Martin O'Malley and Hillary Clinton answer awkward questions at a CNN town hall, and DeRay Mckesson discusses the Black Lives Matter movement.
Jan 26 2016
Carly Fiorina turns a preschool trip into a pro-life rally, Ronny Chieng examines a different kind of gay adoption, and Gad Elmaleh chats about his first U.S. comedy tour.
Jan 25 2016
Vladimir Putin is accused of approving an assassination, Jessica Williams examines a New York town's questionable seal, and Marlon Wayans discusses "Fifty Shades of Black."
Jan 21 2016
Sarah Palin endorses GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Hasan Minhaj shares his hot tips for investing in guns, and Gael Garcia Bernal chats about "Mozart in the Jungle."
Jan 20 2016
Jordan Klepper reacts to the U.K. Parliament insulting Donald Trump, Roy Wood Jr. examines political betting, and Jess Glynne performs songs from "I Cry When I Laugh."
Jan 19 2016
A Georgia Air Force base apologizes for a tone-deaf ad, Jessica Williams fact-checks the presidential debates, and Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi discuss "Making a Murderer."
Jan 18 2016
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The people of Flint, MI, face citywide water contamination, Roy Wood Jr. weighs in on the Oscar nominations' lack of diversity, and Ice Cube chats about "Ride Along 2."
Jan 14 2016
President Obama delivers his last State of the Union, Rand Paul appears in his own GOP debate, and Tavis Smiley discusses "The Covenant with Black America - Ten Years Later."
Jan 13 2016
Bernie Sanders closes in on Hillary Clinton in the polls, Al Madrigal examines an Apache tribe's fight for land in Arizona, and Greg Gutfeld discusses "How to Be Right."
Jan 12 2016
Mexico captures drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, Roy Wood Jr. prepares for President Obama's final State of the Union address, and Colin Quinn chats about "Cop Show."
Jan 11 2016
Donald Trump questions Ted Cruz's presidential eligibility, Jessica Williams breaks down a campaign ad on immigration, and Dalia Mogahed discusses Islamic stereotypes.
Jan 07 2016
President Obama takes executive action on gun regulation, Hasan Minhaj examines the secondary sneaker market, and David J. Peterson discusses "The Art of Language Invention."
Jan 06 2016
Jordan Klepper sends a care package to a militia group involved in an armed standoff at a federal building in Oregon, and director Ryan Coogler discusses his film "Creed."
Jan 05 2016
A new open-carry gun law goes into effect in Texas, Fox News spends New Year's Eve with the GOP presidential candidates, and David Cross discusses his show "Todd Margaret."
Jan 04 2016
The Best F#@king News Team reviews the biggest headlines of 2015, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un assembles a pop supergroup, and Will Ferrell chats about "Daddy's Home."
Dec 17 2015
Jeb Bush stands up to Donald Trump during the latest GOP debate, Desi Lydic fact-checks the Republican candidates, and Will Smith discusses the biopic "Concussion."
Dec 16 2015
Pusha T 21x37
Jeb Bush promises to stop spamming his supporters, Donald Trump releases his bill of health, and Pusha T performs "Sunshine" and "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets."
Dec 15 2015
ISIS releases a Chinese recruitment song, The Best F#@king News Team debates a controversial zombie nativity scene, and Andy Cohen discusses his miniseries "Then and Now."
Dec 14 2015
Jordan Klepper tries to determine if a good guy with a gun really is the best defense against a bad guy with a gun, and Michael Strahan discusses his memoir, "Wake Up Happy."
Dec 10 2015
Ronny Chieng looks on the bright side of global warming, Adam Lowitt breaks down a GOP presidential forum at a Jewish league, and Marion Cotillard discusses "Macbeth."
Dec 09 2015
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Donald Trump calls for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S., Hasan Minhaj examines white conservative extremists, and Labor Secretary Tom Perez discusses the middle class.
Dec 08 2015
MSNBC ransacks the home of terrorism suspects on live TV, and former Daily Show host Jon Stewart returns to shame Congress into renewing health care for 9/11 first responders.
Dec 07 2015
President Obama addresses a mass shooting in Southern California, Ted Cruz releases hours of raw footage from filming campaign ads, and Idris Elba discusses "Luther."
Dec 03 2015
Hacking activist group Anonymous declares war on ISIS, Jordan Klepper examines the food industry, and Lupita Nyong'o discusses "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Eclipsed."
Dec 02 2015
World leaders head to Paris for the COP21 climate conference, Jessica Williams searches for a hoverboard that actually flies, and Nick Cannon discusses the film "Chi-Raq."
Dec 01 2015
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Donald Trump mocks a handicapped reporter, Jordan Klepper weighs in on a shooting at Planned Parenthood, and filmmaker Spike Lee discusses "Chi-Raq."
Nov 30 2015
Mike Huckabee equates Syrian refugees with food, a lone Missourian decides the fate of her district's sales tax, and David Rees talks about "Going Deep with David Rees."
Nov 19 2015
Jessica Williams explains why Ben Carson dropped a foreign policy adviser, Kristen Schaal weighs in on schools that prohibit leggings, and Ted Koppel discusses "Lights Out."
Nov 18 2015
Timbaland 21x25
Trevor examines the politicization of the ISIS attacks in Paris, Roy Wood Jr. explains why Alabama is refusing Syrian refugees, and Timbaland discusses "The Emperor of Sound."
Nov 17 2015
Trevor addresses the terrorist attacks in Paris, Desi Lydic fact-checks the latest Democratic debate, and David Holbrooke discusses his documentary "The Diplomat."
Nov 16 2015
Jordan Klepper investigates campaign finance reform, Trevor presents The Myanmar Daily Show, and Christine and The Queens perform "Tilted" and "It."
Nov 12 2015
Desi Lydic fact-checks GOP presidential candidates' statements from the Republican debate, and MSNBC's Chris Hayes weighs in on the presidential hopefuls.
Nov 11 2015
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Donald Trump calls for a Starbucks boycott, the U.S. builds a $43 million gas station in Afghanistan, and Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price explains his company's salary minimum.
Nov 10 2015
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Presidential hopeful Ben Carson defends his violent past, Ronny Chieng examines outdated voting machines, and Pras discusses his documentary "Sweet Micky for President."
Nov 09 2015
The Best F#@king News Team Ever visits Trevor after he has an emergency appendectomy, China ends its one-child policy, and actress Regina King discusses "The Leftovers."
Nov 05 2015
Jordan Klepper explains why Iowa is afraid of The Daily Show, GOP presidential hopefuls submit their debate demands, and Gloria Steinem discusses "My Life on the Road."
Nov 03 2015
President Obama sends ground troops to fight ISIS in Syria, police remain fearful of public scrutiny, and Fareed Zakaria discusses his documentary "Long Road to Hell."
Nov 02 2015
Hillary Clinton testifies at the eighth Benghazi hearing, Jeb Bush calls Supergirl "hot," and CNBC's John Harwood discusses moderating a Republican presidential debate.
Oct 22 2015
Joe Biden decides not to run for president, Jordan Klepper reports on an Illinois couple unable to cash a lottery check due to budget cuts, and Brie Larson discusses "Room."
Oct 21 2015
Jordan Klepper dissects racial diversity in "Star Wars," Wolf Blitzer shames presidential hopeful Lincoln Chafee, and Judah Friedlander discusses "If the Raindrops United."
Oct 20 2015
CNN declares Hillary Clinton the winner of the first Democratic debate, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush argue on Twitter, and Martin O'Malley discusses his presidential bid.
Oct 19 2015
The FBI investigates fantasy sports sites for insider trading, an Illinois mayor falls victim to a Twitter parody account, and Jack Black discusses his film "Goosebumps."
Oct 15 2015
The Best F#@king News Team Ever recaps the Democratic presidential debate, CNN unleashes its best Las Vegas puns, and Tom Hiddleston discusses his movie "Crimson Peak."
Oct 14 2015
Republicans court Paul Ryan for Speaker of the House, Lewis Black examines how businesses attract millennials, and Richard Dawkins discusses "Brief Candle in the Dark."
Oct 13 2015
Roy Wood Jr. visits the Justice or Else rally, CNN gets ready to host the first Democratic presidential debate, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses mass incarceration in the U.S.
Oct 12 2015
Hasan Minhaj investigates a fair-hiring campaign for former offenders, Rupert Murdoch endorses Ben Carson, and Rachel Maddow weighs in on the 2016 election.
Oct 08 2015
Ben Carson defends his response to a school shooting in Oregon, Ronny Chieng explores virtual reality, and Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his documentary "Winter on Fire."
Oct 07 2015
Jordan Klepper weighs in on the ethics of using service apps like Uber, robots threaten the jobs of journalists, and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin discusses his film "Steve Jobs."
Oct 06 2015
Trevor examines pro-lifers' stance on guns, Jessica Williams finds an efficient way to report on a mass shooting in Oregon, and Seth Rogen discusses his film "Steve Jobs."
Oct 05 2015
Donald Trump proves to be a viable African president, The Best F#@king News Team Ever celebrates autumn, and Ryan Adams covers Taylor Swift's songs from his album "1989."
Oct 01 2015
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. investigate police bias, Al Madrigal looks into espionage rumors at the Waldorf Astoria, and Chris Christie discusses his presidential bid.
Sep 30 2015
President Obama and Vladimir Putin meet for an uncomfortable dinner, ISIS fills the black market with ancient relics, and Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe discusses dating trends.
Sep 29 2015
John Boehner resigns as Speaker of the House, NASA finds evidence of water on Mars, and comedian Kevin Hart discusses his film "Ride Along 2" and his "What Now" tour.
Sep 28 2015

Season 20

142 Episodes

On Jon's last episode of The Daily Show, he revisits The Best F#@king News Team Ever, gets a send-off from his top political targets and says goodbye after 16 years as host.
Aug 06 2015
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On Jon's penultimate show, he examines his legacy of eviscerating the opposition, reflects on his noteworthy TV moments and discusses returning to stand-up with Louis C.K.
Aug 05 2015
Hillary Clinton prepares for Joe Biden's alleged presidential run, Jessica Williams revisits subjects from past field pieces, and Denis Leary discusses "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll."
Aug 04 2015
The Koch brothers make five Republican candidates vie for their money, Fox News accuses Jon of being a liberal propagandist, and Amy Schumer discusses her movie "Trainwreck."
Aug 03 2015
Republicans battle for a place at the primary debates, Seth Rollins presents a look back at show sponsors, and J.J. Abrams discuses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation."
Jul 30 2015
Jon's White House visit leads to wild media speculation, an Arkansas pastor takes on LGBT rights, and Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses "Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream."
Jul 29 2015
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President Obama visits Ethiopia and Kenya, Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper make Jon answer fans' questions, and Tom Cruise discusses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation."
Jul 28 2015
FBI officials warn of ISIS's Twitter capabilities, Mike Huckabee likens the Iran nuclear deal to the Holocaust, and David McCullough discusses his book "The Wright Brothers."
Jul 27 2015
Donald Trump remains the most entertaining 2016 presidential candidate, Chuck Schumer wishes Jon mazel tov, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses his book "Between the World and Me."
Jul 23 2015
Republicans criticize the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran, Senator Chuck Schumer reviews New York City diners with MSNBC, and Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his film "Southpaw."
Jul 22 2015
President Barack Obama sits down with Jon one last time to discuss senioritis, his relationship with the media and how to engage young people in public service.
Jul 21 2015
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Donald Trump belittles Sen. John McCain's war hero status, Jordan Klepper examines the possibility of an openly churlish president, and Paul Rudd discusses his film "Ant-Man."
Jul 20 2015
Donald Trump defends his racist remarks, Ohioans fight a Native American group over an Alaskan mountain, and Sarah Vowell discusses "Lafayette in the Somewhat United States."
Jul 02 2015
Gov. Chris Christie kicks off his presidential campaign, and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand describes finding common ground in Congress and working to pass a paid family leave bill.
Jul 01 2015
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Conservatives win big in Supreme Court rulings on environmental regulations and the death penalty, Jon sings the news, and Jon Hamm discusses his film "Minions."
Jun 30 2015
Conservatives react to the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality, Justice Antonin Scalia issues an unusual dissent, and Taylor Schilling discusses "The Overnight."
Jun 29 2015
Pope Francis upsets Republicans with his remarks on global warming, Bobby Jindal enters the presidential race, and comedian Richard Lewis discusses his show "Blunt Talk."
Jun 25 2015
Southern states consider taking down the Confederate flag, Jessica Williams weighs in on the idea of a female-fronted $10 bill, and Andrew Napolitano discusses free speech.
Jun 24 2015
Presidential contender Donald Trump establishes his campaign platform, Hasan Minhaj honors Jon's physical fortitude, and director Seth MacFarlane discusses his movie "Ted 2."
Jun 23 2015
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Fox News accuses liberals of politicizing the South Carolina shooting, Jessica Williams takes on the Confederate flag, and Al Franken discusses going from comedy to Congress.
Jun 22 2015
Jon speaks out about the church massacre in Charleston, S.C., and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai discusses the documentary "He Named Me Malala."
Jun 18 2015
Jon relives Donald Trump's presidential announcement speech, the House of Representatives votes on trade legislation, and Bill Clinton discusses the U.S.'s economic prospects.
Jun 17 2015
Donald Trump enters the 2016 presidential race, a restaurant chain unveils a troubling new dish, and comedian Aziz Ansari explores dating trends in his book "Modern Romance."
Jun 16 2015
NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal is accused of misrepresenting her race, Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's voting process, and Judd Apatow discusses his book "Sick in the Head."
Jun 15 2015
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld reflects on his role in the Iraq War, Jon looks back at past interviews, and Mark Ruffalo discusses his movie "Infinitely Polar Bear."
Jun 11 2015
California's drought leads to unpopular water-saving strategies, The New York Times investigates Senator Marco Rubio's spending, and Colin Quinn discusses "The Coloring Book."
Jun 10 2015
President Obama attends the G7 summit, CNN's Chris Cuomo and Governor Andrew Cuomo broadcast their sibling rivalry, and Nick Offerman discusses his book "Gumption."
Jun 09 2015
Texas cops use excessive force at a pool party, Republican candidates head to Iowa, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon discusses seceding from the U.K.
Jun 08 2015
Governors Lincoln Chafee and Rick Perry kick off their presidential campaigns, John Hodgman celebrates Jon's eloquence, and Steve Buscemi discusses his talk show "Park Bench."
Jun 04 2015
Hasan Minhaj gives Muslim women advice on downplaying their religion, Jordan Klepper investigates free-range parenting, and Melissa McCarthy chats about her film "Spy."
Jun 03 2015
A CIA study analyzes America's armament of the Middle East, the media react to Caitlyn Jenner's debut, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio outlines his progressive agenda.
Jun 02 2015
Jordan Klepper finds a new use for the NSA, Senator Lindsey Graham enters the presidential race, and General Stanley McChrystal discusses his book "Team of Teams."
Jun 01 2015
Senator Bernie Sanders begins his presidential campaign, ISIS attacks a major Iraqi city, and Matt Harvey discusses his pitching career with the New York Mets.
May 28 2015
Several top FIFA officials face corruption charges, allergy season reaches catastrophic levels, and Rosabeth Moss Kanter discusses her book "Move."
May 27 2015
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Sections of the Patriot Act near expiration, Republicans propose a new surveillance act, and Sen. Rand Paul discusses his 11-hour filibuster and religious liberties.
May 26 2015
Jeb Bush beats around the bush regarding the Iraq War and his candidacy, Lewis Black reports on several Nazi-related stories, and Rebel Wilson discusses "Pitch Perfect 2."
May 14 2015
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Fox News takes issue with Barack Obama's stance on poverty, Jordan Klepper looks for controversial topics in the British election, and Reza Aslan discusses the state of Islam.
May 13 2015
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The vetting process for the 2016 presidential candidates begins, Kristen Schaal reports on the "dad bod" trend, and Tom Brokaw discusses his memoir "A Lucky Life Interrupted."
May 12 2015
David Cameron wins re-election in the U.K., Jordan Klepper investigates the role of money in British democracy, and John Legend discusses the documentary "Southern Rites."
May 11 2015
Regulation of campaign financing reaches new lows, a report exposes Tom Brady's knowledge of Deflategate, and Mumford & Sons performs a song from their album "Wilder Mind."
May 07 2015
New York and New Jersey each face corruption scandals, Al Madrigal predicts who will win the Latino vote in 2016, and Ernest Moniz discusses the U.S.'s nuclear deal with Iran.
May 06 2015
Three Republican candidates join the presidential race, Senator Ted Cruz contradicts his own principles, and Willie Nelson discusses his memoir "It's a Long Story: My Life."
May 05 2015
Texan conspiracy theorists fear a military takeover, Jessica Williams investigates the end of same-sex marriage protests, and Brian Grazer discusses his book "A Curious Mind."
May 04 2015
Sen. Bernie Sanders enters the presidential race, Hillary Clinton faces corruption rumors, Jon celebrates Samantha Bee's last day, and Kristen Wiig discusses "Welcome to Me."
Apr 30 2015
The Supreme Court considers the legality of same-sex marriage, and Judith Miller discusses the lead-up to the Iraq War and her memoir, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey."
Apr 29 2015
Baltimore's mayor declares a state of emergency, Hasan Minhaj reports on bipartisan prison reform, and George Stephanopoulos discusses the responsibility of the media.
Apr 28 2015
The media misses an important Baltimore news story during the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and Elizabeth Olsen discusses her film "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Apr 27 2015
Fracking causes earthquakes in Oklahoma, the NSA debuts a creepy recycling mascot, John Hodgman makes a dramatic exit, and Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses "StarTalk."
Apr 23 2015
Unethical Atlanta educators share similarities with Wall Street bankers, Aasif Mandvi uncovers a GMO conspiracy, and Dana Perino discusses her book "And the Good News Is..."
Apr 22 2015
Republican candidates update their positions on same-sex marriage, a man flies past Capitol security in a gyrocopter, and Jeff Garlin offers Jon a part on "The Goldbergs."
Apr 21 2015
The Best F#@king News Team Ever envisions if life were like Congress, CNN adds 4/20 coverage to its programming, and Gayle Tzemach Lemmon discusses her book "Ashley's War."
Apr 20 2015
Dick Cheney criticizes President Obama's nuclear negotiations with Iran, the winner of the 2015 'Mercun Awards emerges, and Eric Greitens discusses his book "Resilience."
Apr 16 2015
The media struggles to deliver relevant content in appropriate ways, Jordan Klepper investigates the future of Christianity, and Billy Crystal discusses "The Comedians."
Apr 15 2015
Congress criticizes a proposed treaty with Iran, Hillary Clinton overshadows Marco Rubio's presidential bid, and Fareed Zakaria discusses "In Defense of a Liberal Education."
Apr 14 2015
Hillary Clinton announces her presidential bid, Bassem Youssef unpacks the confusing proxy wars in the Middle East, and Adam Horovitz discusses his film "While We're Young."
Apr 13 2015
Kansas passes a lenient gun safety law while enforcing harsh welfare regulations, and Senator Elizabeth Warren discusses corruption, student debt and "A Fighting Chance."
Apr 09 2015
Rolling Stone retracts an article, Samantha Bee reports on a shocking custody issue, Mayor Rahm Emanuel wins re-election, and Tavis Smiley discusses "My Journey with Maya."
Apr 08 2015
Hasan Minhaj reports on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal, Senator Rand Paul announces his presidential bid, and Peter Dinklage discusses the fifth season of "Game of Thrones."
Apr 07 2015
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Indiana passes a controversial religious freedom law, Jordan Klepper chases after crowdfunding donations, and Gene Baur discusses his book "Living the Farm Sanctuary Life."
Apr 06 2015
Jason Jones bids farewell to The Daily Show, Jon congratulates Fox News for being right, and former orca trainer John Hargrove discusses his book "Beneath the Surface."
Mar 26 2015
California and Florida feel the effects of climate change, Hasan Minhaj interviews an Oregon pot grower, and Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering discuss "The Hunting Ground."
Mar 25 2015
A sex-trafficking bill remains stuck in Congress, Kristen Schaal reports on gender wage equality, and Jon Ronson discusses his book "So You've Been Publicly Shamed."
Mar 24 2015
The V.A. continues its legacy of inadequacy, Senator Ted Cruz officially announces his plans to run for president, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali discusses her book "Heretic."
Mar 23 2015
Fox News selectively covers the Department of Justice reports on Ferguson, Trevor Noah challenges Jon to a chess game, and Will Ferrell discusses his film "Get Hard."
Mar 19 2015
Congressman Aaron Schock resigns following inquiries into his use of taxpayer dollars, Benjamin Netanyahu wins re-election in Israel, and Kevin Hart discusses "Get Hard."
Mar 18 2015
Democrats filibuster a bipartisan human trafficking bill, the food industry takes varying approaches to the obesity crisis, and Amanda Seyfried discusses "While We're Young."
Mar 17 2015
Several states work to erase equal rights for the LGBT community, the Secret Service and the media require interventions, and Andrew Cockburn discusses his book "Kill Chain."
Mar 16 2015
Several New Jersey officials engage in questionable practices, Jordan Klepper reports on Hurricane Sandy survivors, and Rob Corddry discusses his show "Childrens Hospital."
Mar 12 2015
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Fraternity brothers are caught on tape chanting racial slurs, Hillary Clinton gives an explanation for her informal email practices, and Common discusses "Run All Night."
Mar 11 2015
Senate Republicans send a letter to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Lewis Black investigates animal cruelty, and Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer discuss Broad City.
Mar 10 2015
The U.S. commemorates the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, and Congressman John Lewis reflects on the civil rights movement in his graphic novel trilogy, "March."
Mar 09 2015
Jessica Williams reports on the Department of Justice's investigation into Ferguson, an opposition leader in Russia is murdered, and Gerald Posner discusses "God's Bankers."
Mar 05 2015
Hillary Clinton's informal emailing style causes controversy, Jordan Klepper reports on a surprising Florida law, and Viacheslav Fetisov discusses the documentary "Red Army."
Mar 04 2015
Benjamin Netanyahu is invited to speak before Congress, Aasif Mandvi reveals a potential future for print media, and Sigourney Weaver discusses her film "Chappie."
Mar 03 2015
Congress threatens to defund the Department of Homeland Security, Senator Jim Inhofe argues against climate change, and Robert Smigel discusses Night of Too Many Stars.
Mar 02 2015
Several whistleblowers are penalized after exposing misconduct, Hasan Minhaj tackles inequality among the 1%, and Olivia Wilde discusses her film "The Lazarus Effect."
Feb 26 2015
Conservative pundits question Jon's honor, Congressman Aaron Schock posts his possibly publicly funded adventures on Instagram, and Conan O'Brien discusses his trip to Cuba.
Feb 25 2015
An article in Mother Jones questions Bill O'Reilly's credibility, Samantha Bee reports on Vice President Biden's bad habit, and Lynsey Addario discusses "It's What I Do."
Feb 24 2015
Conservatives criticize President Obama's ISIS offensive while Rudy Giuliani questions his patriotism, and Christine Lagarde discusses the International Monetary Fund.
Feb 23 2015
Kansas and Alabama restrict gay rights, Jordan Klepper speaks with a group of Las Vegas teens about sex education, and Colin Firth discusses his film "Kingsman."
Feb 11 2015
Fox News unexpectedly reverses their complaints about President Obama, and David Axelrod discusses his lengthy career as a political strategist in his book "Believer."
Feb 10 2015
Brian Williams comes under fire for misleading the public, Bassem Youssef reflects on the quagmire in the Middle East, and Patricia Arquette discusses her film "Boyhood."
Feb 09 2015
Strong contenders for the 2016 race begin to emerge, John Boehner invites Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Congress, and Bob Odenkirk discusses "Better Call Saul."
Feb 05 2015
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The 114th Congress celebrates one month in office, Senator Thom Tillis suggests that public health standards are overrated, and Wes Moore discusses his book "The Work."
Feb 04 2015
Measles makes a shocking comeback, groundhogs get their yearly moment in the spotlight, and Bill Browder discusses his book "Red Notice."
Feb 03 2015
Mike Huckabee tackles the topic of same-sex marriage during his book tour, Jordan Klepper reports on China's magic industry, and Martin Short discusses "I Must Say."
Feb 02 2015
The Deflategate scandal rocks the NFL right before the Super Bowl, Jessica Williams investigates mixed-party dating, and Sarah Chayes discusses her book "Thieves of State."
Jan 29 2015
President Obama pays his respects to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, Kristen Schaal addresses male oppression on the subway, and Oscar Isaac discusses "A Most Violent Year."
Jan 28 2015
The media fixates on Winter Storm Juno's impact on New York City, a drone crashes into the White House, and journalist Jill Leovy discusses her book "Ghettoside."
Jan 27 2015
Presidential hopefuls convene for the Iowa Freedom Summit, Republicans try to appeal to the middle class more, and Julian Castro discusses his work at HUD.
Jan 26 2015
The World Economic Forum kicks off in Switzerland, MetLife sues the federal government, Trevor Noah reports on Boko Haram, and Jennifer Aniston discusses her film "Cake."
Jan 22 2015
Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address, multiple Tea Party Republicans respond to the president's speech, and Anne Hathaway discusses her film "Song One."
Jan 21 2015
Several Republican candidates consider a bid for president, Aasif Mandvi investigates the threat of Sharia law in Alabama, and Jennifer Lopez discusses "The Boy Next Door."
Jan 20 2015
Secretary of State John Kerry visits France, the Miss Universe pageant gets wrapped up in Middle Eastern politics, and Mike Huckabee discusses "God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy."
Jan 19 2015
The Keystone XL pipeline debate continues, Jessica Williams reports on a unique law regarding the right to an attorney, and Sienna Miller discusses "American Sniper."
Jan 15 2015
A French comedian is arrested despite the country's stance on free speech, police in the Philippines are ordered to wear diapers, and Julianne Moore discusses "Still Alice."
Jan 14 2015
Florida legalizes same-sex marriage, a store owner beats his employees with a lizard, and Senator Marco Rubio discusses his book "American Dreams."
Jan 13 2015
Millions march in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo shooting, Rupert Murdoch's tweet sparks a debate, and Jimmy Carter discusses the exhibition "Countdown to Zero."
Jan 12 2015
Mitch McConnell brags about the Republican Congress, Jason Jones causes mischief in New York after a slowdown in arrests, and "Girls" star Allison Williams sits down with Jon.
Jan 08 2015
A deadly attack hits Paris, Aasif Mandvi covers Great Britain's Nazi cow problem, Hasan Minhaj reports on homelessness in Salt Lake City, and Ava DuVernay discusses "Selma."
Jan 07 2015
A new congressional session begins, Staten Island Representative Michael Grimm resigns following tax evasion charges, and Cass Sunstein discusses his book "Wiser."
Jan 06 2015
The countdown to Democalypse 2016 begins, "The Interview" triggers tension between the U.S. and North Korea, and Steven Brill discusses his book "America's Bitter Pill."
Jan 05 2015
Sony decides not to release "The Interview," the U.S. and Cuba begin to rebuild their relationship, Jordan Klepper reports on SantaCon, and Chris Rock discusses "Top Five."
Dec 18 2014
LeBron James and Andrew Hawkins join in the police brutality protests, Jessica Williams defends Jay Z's reputation, and Anna Kendrick discusses her film "Into the Woods."
Dec 17 2014
Congress passes a budget bill that's full of surprises, Aasif Mandvi reports on a suggestive South Dakotan PSA, and Paul McCartney discusses his song "Hope for the Future."
Dec 16 2014
Dick Cheney defends the CIA's torture program, Jordan Klepper visits Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven for governing advice, and Tim Burton discusses his film "Big Eyes."
Dec 15 2014
The royal family visits New York City, millennials get more than they bargained for when they join ISIS, and Mick Foley discusses his documentary "I Am Santa Claus."
Dec 11 2014
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Proponents of the CIA's torture program try to justify it, Hasan Minhaj defends America's awesomeness, and Suki Kim discusses her memoir, "Without You, There Is No Us."
Dec 10 2014
The Senate releases its report on CIA torture, Jordan Klepper investigates a discriminatory restaurant, and Kathryn Bigelow and Juan Zarate discuss their PSA "Last Days."
Dec 09 2014
Congress works together to prevent Nazis from receiving Social Security benefits, and Norman Lear discusses his memoir, "Even This I Get to Experience."
Dec 08 2014
The media tries to find the rationale behind the Eric Garner grand jury decision, Trevor Noah joins The Best F#@king News Team Ever, and Angelina Jolie discusses "Unbroken."
Dec 04 2014
The NYPD officer whose chokehold led to Eric Garner's death is not indicted, Samantha Bee reports on pinkwashing, and Dave Grohl discusses "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways."
Dec 03 2014
The St. Louis Rams clash with local police, Larry Wilmore talks about the Ferguson protests, China bans puns, and Sophie Delaunay discusses Doctors Without Borders.
Dec 02 2014
Civil rights protests erupt across the U.S., Governor Chris Christie vetoes a bill to ban pig gestation crates, and Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses his book "Suicide Pact."
Dec 01 2014
The Keystone XL pipeline bill fails to pass, Republicans include a loophole in an eminent domain law, and Eddie Redmayne discusses his film "The Theory of Everything."
Nov 20 2014
Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper debate the use of gestation crates, Lewis Black investigates Black Friday's impact on laborers, and Jessica Chastain discusses "Interstellar."
Nov 19 2014
Obamacare faces scrutiny yet again, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi demonstrates her political ruthlessness, and Benedict Cumberbatch discusses "The Imitation Game."
Nov 18 2014
President Obama considers an executive order on immigration, Jessica Williams reports on Detroit's water shutoffs, and Laura Poitras discusses her documentary "Citizenfour."
Nov 17 2014
John Oliver hosts the show, and Jason Jones, Tim Greenberg, Gael Garcia Bernal and Maziar Bahari discuss the inspiration for and making of the film "Rosewater."
Nov 13 2014
Poaching threatens elephants and funds terrorists, police accuse Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges of flashing a gang sign, and Steve Carell discusses his film "Foxcatcher."
Nov 12 2014
New York City is declared Ebola-free, China hosts the APEC summit, and U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power discusses the international efforts to combat Ebola and ISIS.
Nov 11 2014
President Obama increases the military presence in Iraq, Jordan Klepper examines police sensitivity training, and Bruce Springsteen and Frank Caruso discuss "Outlaw Pete."
Nov 10 2014
President Barack Obama and Republicans attempt to work together, Democrats intentionally avoid making legislative decisions, and James Risen discusses "Pay Any Price."
Nov 06 2014
Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams report on the Republicans' sweeping victory in the midterm elections, and John Cleese discusses his memoir, "So, Anyway..."
Nov 05 2014
DEMOCALYPSE 2014: AMERICA REMEMBERS IT FORGOT TO VOTE. Republicans sweep the midterms, The Best F#@king News Team Ever offers expert election coverage, and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus celebrates his party's victory.
Nov 04 2014
Republicans surge ahead in the midterm election polls, Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley defends his boat's name, and Jake Gyllenhaal discusses "Nightcrawler."
Nov 03 2014
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Texas Democrats are in denial about the blueness of their state, Samantha Bee investigates what makes Austin weird, and Spoon performs from their album "They Want My Soul."
Oct 30 2014
The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the immigration crisis in Texas, a Koch Brothers' advertisement gets some apt alterations, and Ellar Coltrane discusses "Boyhood."
Oct 29 2014
Democrats' prospects in the midterms are dire, Jason Jones reports on the key political issues in Texas, and Rep. Joaquin Castro describes a difficult year in Congress.
Oct 28 2014
The Best F@#king News Team Ever heads to Austin, Texas, for the midterms, a doctor in New York City contracts Ebola, and Wendy Davis discusses "Forgetting to Be Afraid."
Oct 27 2014
Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist cools his balls, Jessica Williams reports on Kansas's conservative utopia, and Bryan Stevenson discusses his book "Just Mercy."
Oct 16 2014
Candidates square off in the midterm election debates, the coalition against ISIS encounters unexpected obstacles, and Bill O'Reilly discusses white privilege.
Oct 15 2014
A health worker in Texas contracts Ebola, Staten Island's midterm election race comes down to two lackluster candidates, and Zach Galifianakis discusses his film "Birdman."
Oct 14 2014
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Democrats display unparalleled persistence in campaign fundraising, Jessica Williams reports on modern-day exorcisms, and Matt Bai discusses "All the Truth Is Out."
Oct 13 2014
AIG's former CEO sues the U.S. government, Al Madrigal reports on Republicans' sudden interest in gay voters, and Jeremy Renner discusses his film "Kill the Messenger."
Oct 09 2014
ISIS moves to attack the Syrian border town of Kobani, Kristen Schaal reports on the GOP's campaign targeting female voters, and Leon Panetta discusses "Worthy Fights."
Oct 08 2014
While Jon is out sick, Jason Jones and Samantha Bee guest host. Joe Biden offends America's allies in the Middle East, Samantha Bee investigates some missing data about police brutality, and Wyatt Cenac discusses "Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn."
Oct 07 2014
Protests in Hong Kong become more relaxed, Kim Jong-un suffers from a mysterious illness, Jordan Klepper visits the U.N., and Atul Gawande discusses his book "Being Mortal."
Oct 06 2014
Conservatives panic about ISIS and Ebola, Jessica Williams explores the idea that sexism doesn't exist, and Ben Steele discusses "Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia."
Oct 02 2014
An intruder breaches White House security, the first case of Ebola in the U.S. causes the media to panic, and Lena Dunham discusses her memoir, "Not That Kind of Girl."
Oct 01 2014
Congress's system for passing laws slows to a halt, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the U.S., and Ben Affleck discusses "Gone Girl" and "Batman v Superman."
Sep 30 2014
Congress fails to debate going to war with ISIS, the U.N. Climate Summit draws global leaders, and Hadi al-Bahra discusses the Syrian National Coalition's opposition movement.
Sep 29 2014

Season 19

159 Episodes

The media fixates on President Obama's "latte salute," Jason Jones speaks with activists protesting the Redskins' name, and Steven Johnson discusses "How We Got to Now."
Sep 25 2014
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Samantha Bee campaigns for office on her home planet, the Chinese company Alibaba debuts on Wall Street, and Tia Torres discusses "Pit Bulls & Parolees."
Sep 24 2014
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Jessica Williams reports on the terrorist supergroups that could replace ISIS and the Khorasan Group, and General Tony Zinni discusses "Before the First Shots Are Fired."
Sep 23 2014
New York City hosts a historic climate change march, Jason Jones pilfers an outfit from the White House, and Jenny Nordberg discusses "The Underground Girls of Kabul."
Sep 22 2014
Joe Biden's word choices jeopardize his election hopes, The Best F#@king News Team Ever says goodbye to Michael Che, and Bill Clinton discusses the Clinton Global Initiative.
Sep 18 2014
The NFL struggles with its image after several cases of domestic abuse emerge, Ebola poses a greater threat than ISIS, and Zephyr Teachout discusses "Corruption in America."
Sep 17 2014
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Hillary Clinton remains secretive about her intentions for 2016, Michael Che takes on the pharmaceutical industry, and Bill Hader discusses his movie "The Skeleton Twins."
Sep 16 2014
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President Obama gathers a coalition to fight ISIS, Samantha Bee explains Senator Lindsey Graham's paranoia, and Ken Burns discusses "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History."
Sep 15 2014
President Obama delivers a speech about ISIS, Jordan Klepper becomes an Obamacare critic, and Tavis Smiley discusses "Death of a King."
Sep 11 2014
The NFL suspends Ray Rice indefinitely, Scotland considers breaking away from the U.K., and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discusses the state of the world.
Sep 10 2014
ISIS inspires an unexpected reunion, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand describes the struggles women face in her book "Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World."
Sep 09 2014
Campaign ads for the midterm elections roll out, Michael Che investigates a potential children's invasion of the U.S., and Adam Levine discusses Maroon 5's album "V."
Sep 04 2014
Jordan Klepper bares it all in the wake of a hacking scandal, conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues, and Rory Kennedy discusses her documentary "Last Days in Vietnam."
Sep 03 2014
Jessica Williams addresses a catcaller, former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor finds a new job, and Ramita Navai discusses her book "City of Lies."
Sep 02 2014
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Rick Perry is indicted on two felony counts, Jason Jones examines Germany and America's friendship, and Todd Glass discusses his book "The Todd Glass Situation."
Aug 28 2014
ISIS looks to establish a caliphate, Samantha Bee comes up with ways for Michael Sam to succeed in the NFL, and Hassan Abbas discusses "The Taliban Revival."
Aug 27 2014
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A police officer shoots an unarmed black teenager in Missouri, Michael Che flees Earth to avoid discrimination, and David Rose discusses his book "Enchanted Objects."
Aug 26 2014
Former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife face corruption charges, Rand Paul begins to act like a presidential candidate, and Tracy Droz Tragos discusses "Rich Hill."
Aug 07 2014
Republicans battle it out in the Kansas and Kentucky primaries, Jordan Klepper shows off his rap skills, and Wu-Tang Clan performs "Ron O'Neal" and "Triumph."
Aug 06 2014
Jessica Williams does some dubious health reporting, Michael Che investigates a particular kind of brand-name loyalty, and Helen Thorpe discusses her book "Soldier Girls."
Aug 05 2014
The child immigration crisis continues, Jordan Klepper explains the ethics of border smugglers, and Elisabeth Moss discusses "The One I Love."
Aug 04 2014
Congress spends the time before summer recess deciding to sue President Obama, Jason Jones tries to stop supporting the NFL, and Aubrey Plaza discusses "Life After Beth."
Jul 31 2014
Corporations throw tantrums and move to Europe, Jordan Klepper reports on hard-hitting journalism in a digital world, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "The Honorable Woman."
Jul 30 2014
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The U.S. helps arm several countries in the Middle East, the LetsBuyCNN.com Kickstarter campaign is a success, and Sara Firth discusses her decision to leave RT.
Jul 29 2014
A Times Square photo op goes awry, global leaders struggle to broker peace in the Middle East, and Sonia Nazario discusses "Enrique's Journey."
Jul 28 2014
Gov. Andrew Cuomo tackles corruption everywhere but in his own office, a Japanese artist commits an unusual crime, and Fareed Zakaria discusses diplomacy in a changing world.
Jul 24 2014
A court ruling deals Obamacare a heavy blow, the summer news cycle needs more scandals and animal attacks, and George Takei discusses the documentary "To Be Takei."
Jul 23 2014
Rupert Murdoch decides that he wants to own Time Warner, Jordan Klepper interviews the victims of civil forfeiture, and Richard Linklater discusses his film "Boyhood."
Jul 22 2014
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International tensions escalate after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is shot down over Ukraine, and Sue Turton discusses the Egyptian trial of several Al Jazeera journalists.
Jul 21 2014
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Republicans seek to impeach Barack Obama, Jessica Williams investigates an Army regulation that targets black women, and Emma Stone chats about "Magic in the Moonlight."
Jul 17 2014
The federal Highway Trust Fund runs dry, an "anonymous" informant reveals the CIA's cafeteria secrets, and Jerry Seinfeld talks about "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
Jul 16 2014
Thousands of child immigrants flee to America in search of a better life, and Hillary Clinton discusses her experiences as Secretary of State and her memoir, "Hard Choices."
Jul 15 2014
Numerous global crises emerge during summer vacation, Jessica Williams and Jason Jones report on the Hobby Lobby case, and Dahlia Lithwick discusses the Supreme Court.
Jul 14 2014
Republicans spout incongruous domestic and foreign policy ideas, Samantha Bee reports on child labor in the U.S., and Melissa McCarthy discusses her film "Tammy."
Jun 26 2014
Two aging incumbents win re-election, Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams share campus safety do's and don'ts, and Keira Knightley describes singing in "Begin Again."
Jun 25 2014
The IRS struggles with proper recordkeeping, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden drum up support, and Jennifer Esposito discusses her book, "Jennifer's Way."
Jun 24 2014
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President Obama sends military advisors to Iraq, an Egyptian court convicts three well-respected journalists, and Bill Maher talks politics and the New York Mets.
Jun 23 2014
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office revokes the Redskins' trademark, Republicans find new ways to deny climate change, and Hamid Al-Bayati discusses the crisis in Iraq.
Jun 19 2014
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CNN and Fox News interview Hillary Clinton on the same day, Al Madrigal investigates chicken boxing, and "Think Like a Man Too" star Kevin Hart talks about hosting "WWE Raw."
Jun 18 2014
Texas Republicans try to "cure" gay people with reparative therapy, Donald Trump clashes with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Daniel Schulman discusses "Sons of Wichita."
Jun 17 2014
Iraq War supporters go on a reunion tour, America has conflicting feelings about Iran and Saudi Arabia, and Howard Schultz shares some exciting news about Starbucks.
Jun 16 2014
The militant group ISIS overruns much of Iraq, Jason Jones delves into the world of Google Glass users, and Christopher Walken discusses "Jersey Boys."
Jun 12 2014
Eric Cantor loses his primary election in a surprising upset, a Connecticut boy accidently brings a grenade to school, and Charles Schumer shares some news from Washington.
Jun 11 2014
Congress scrutinizes the V.A. for its ongoing failures, Jordan Klepper investigates how unionizing would affect college athletes, and Sebastian Junger discusses "Korengal."
Jun 10 2014
Fox News gets worked up over a beard, Jason Jones and Jessica Williams report on the Bowe Bergdahl controversy, and Philip K. Howard discusses government paralysis.
Jun 09 2014
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Gun rights activists in Texas start carrying rifles in public, Michael Che and Jordan Klepper give tips on proper gun etiquette, and Tom Cruise chats about "Edge of Tomorrow."
Jun 05 2014
Michael Che joins the Best F#@king News Team Ever, Republicans hold steadfast to their myopic views, and Gigi Ibrahim discusses the revolutionary movement in Egypt.
Jun 04 2014
Controversy quickly shatters the happy news of a P.O.W.'s return home, Herman Cain considers the presidential race, and Ricky Gervais shares his conditions for an ideal death.
Jun 03 2014
Egypt's popular satirical news show ends abruptly, Samantha Bee discovers a dangerous epidemic of stupidity, and Robert De Niro remembers his father's artwork.
Jun 02 2014
America upholds a long tradition of mistreating its veterans, Jason Jones attempts to interview India's new prime minister, and Drew Barrymore talks about filming "Blended."
May 22 2014
Mitch McConnell defeats the Tea Party in Kentucky's Republican primary, Jason Jones explores India's media, and Timothy Geithner defends the handling of the financial crisis.
May 21 2014
Chipotle bans guns in its restaurants, Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg eats a bad burger at a Mets game, and Aneesh Chopra discusses technology in government.
May 20 2014
The V.A. continues to mismanage veterans' health care, Jason Jones compares democracy in India and America, and James McAvoy chats about "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
May 19 2014
India holds elections for prime minister, aging incumbents continue to run for Congress, and Jim Parsons discusses AIDS activism and "The Normal Heart."
May 15 2014
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The media searches for the reason why Solange Knowles attacked Jay Z in an elevator, Lewis Black considers cloning himself, and Blondie celebrates their 40th anniversary.
May 14 2014
Harry Reid takes on the Koch brothers, Hillary Clinton's health scare inspires a #Brainghazi conspiracy, and "Life, Animated" author Ron Suskind talks about autism.
May 13 2014
A terrorist group abducts hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls, Donald Sterling apologizes for his racist remarks, and Martin Blaser warns against the overuse of antibiotics.
May 12 2014
The New York Senate engages in a spirited debate about yogurt, John Hodgman considers acquiring the Los Angeles Clippers, and Katie Couric discusses the obesity epidemic.
May 08 2014
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Rumors about 2016 presidential hopefuls start circulating, Jordan Klepper reports on the disastrous effects of a chemical spill, and Seth Rogen chats about "Neighbors."
May 07 2014
Samantha Bee defends the real victims of the financial crisis, lesbians face discrimination during major life events, and Peter Schuck describes effective public policy.
May 06 2014
News about the Benghazi investigation sparks outrage from Fox News, Jordan Klepper covers the South Carolina primaries, and Mariano Rivera discusses his baseball career.
May 05 2014
Bill O'Reilly complains about Beyonce's sexiness, crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford checks into rehab, and David Spade reminds himself that he does stand-up.
May 01 2014
Controversies hit several government agencies, Rep. Michael Grimm faces fraud charges, and Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page take an empirical look at politics and corruption.
Apr 30 2014
Sarah Palin gives a speech at the NRA convention, Jordan Klepper reports on low-cost legal aid for gun users, and William D. Cohan discusses the Duke lacrosse scandal.
Apr 29 2014
Diverse forms of racial discrimination hit the media, Larry Wilmore explains how to tackle racism in America, and Mookie Wilson discusses team relationships in sports.
Apr 28 2014
CNN receives advice on how to report properly, John Oliver discusses his post-correspondent life, and Ramachandra Guha shares Gandhi's early political influences.
Apr 24 2014
Sean Hannity contradicts his own beliefs, Stephen Colbert decides to end his show, and Robin Roberts shares her struggles with breast cancer.
Apr 23 2014
Women in politics continue to face sexist double standards, and Senator Elizabeth Warren discusses "A Fighting Chance" and the need for political reform.
Apr 22 2014
Cliven Bundy fights for his lawless ranching practices, Putin remains dishonest about Russia's involvement in Ukraine, and Gina McCarthy discusses being EPA administrator.
Apr 21 2014
Stephen Colbert makes an exciting career move, college athletes struggle to unionize, and Jennifer Garner shares Kevin Costner's off-set activities while filming "Draft Day."
Apr 10 2014
Samantha Bee fears Putin is plotting to invade Brooklyn, Fox News covers spring break festivities, and Colin Firth discusses his role in "The Railway Man."
Apr 09 2014
Al Madrigal tackles the liberal Latino media bias regarding Obamacare, "Noah" disappoints certain moviegoers, and Denis Leary shares his hairstyle choices for "Draft Day."
Apr 08 2014
The leaders of the Bush Administration defend their legacy, Afghan voters overcome immense obstacles, and author Matt Taibbi talks justice and the wealth gap in "The Divide."
Apr 07 2014
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Aasif Mandvi reports on a Supreme Court ruling that gives wealthy Americans a stronger voice in politics, and Pele shares some highlights from his momentous soccer career.
Apr 03 2014
General Motors takes its sweet time recalling a deadly part, John Hodgman gets into offshore banking, and Samuel L. Jackson shares how cool it is to film action movies.
Apr 02 2014
CNN desperately struggles to fill its news cycle with Flight 370 developments, and Michael Lewis discusses the Wall Street corruption detailed in his book "Flash Boys."
Apr 01 2014
Governor Chris Christie's own investigation exonerates him, corruption scandals emerge nationwide, and Peter Dinklage shares his admiration for a Croatian security guard.
Mar 31 2014
Kristen Schaal offers marriage advice to young women, Aasif Mandvi investigates the impacts of fracking, and Nate Silver discusses his website "FiveThirtyEight.com".
Mar 27 2014
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Jordan Klepper promotes biblical health care, Samantha Bee finds family with the cast of "Morning Joe", and Jude Law discusses getting into character for "Dom Hemingway."
Mar 26 2014
Russia annexes Crimea despite international scorn, the Mitch McConnell game continues with #meconnelling, and Amy Yates Wuelfing and Gibby Haynes fondly remember City Gardens.
Mar 25 2014
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappears mysteriously, Surgeon General nominee Dr. Vivek Murthy faces opposition, and Arianna Huffington redefines success in "Thrive."
Mar 24 2014
Fox News gives some math lessons on welfare spending, Mitch McConnell's campaign gives rise to the game #McConnelling, and Anita Hill is the subject of a new documentary.
Mar 13 2014
Jordan Klepper denies CIA interference in the Senate's torture investigation, Samantha Bee discovers Medicare covers penis pumps, and Jason Bateman learns Yiddish.
Mar 12 2014
America scrutinizes Vladimir Putin closely as Russia exerts control in Crimea, and Andrew Napolitano gives a lengthy defense of his views on Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
Mar 11 2014
Conservatives search for a presidential hopeful at CPAC, Pope Francis' papacy turns one, and Paul Taylor discusses millennials in his book "The Next America."
Mar 10 2014
Vladimir Putin embraces his own geopolitical propaganda, Aasif Mandvi discovers third world health care in America, and Kimberly Marten discusses the growing Crimean crisis.
Mar 06 2014
Senate shamefully rejects a veteran benefits bill, Hamid Karzai criticizes American presence in Afghanistan, and Rachel Maddow revisits the Iraq War in "Why We Did It."
Mar 05 2014
Fox News fixates on food stamps, Jessica Williams discovers racism in surprising places, and Jim DeMint discusses "Falling in Love with America Again."
Mar 04 2014
Russian forces threaten to storm Ukranian bases, Jordan Klepper reports from Crimea, and Seth MacFarlane novelizes "A Million Ways to Die in the West."
Mar 03 2014
The corruption of financial institutions is revealed, Al Madrigal explains some problems with Medicaid expansion, and Kevin Roose reflects on morose young Wall Street bankers.
Feb 27 2014
Arizona preemptively fends off the gay agenda, Chuck Hagel announces cuts to American military spending, and Liam Neeson explains his beef with Bill de Blasio.
Feb 26 2014
Ukrainians depose President Viktor Yanukovych, Mexican police apprehend a notorious drug lord, and physicist Michio Kaku talks "The Future of the Mind."
Feb 25 2014
The Sochi Games come to a close, Jason Jones discovers an important Russian adage, Larry Wilmore defends Lincoln, and Hooman Majd talks about life in Iran.
Feb 24 2014
Kansas Child-Hitting Law, Missouri Creationism Law, Food Recalls at Subway, Kraft and Hot Pockets, Ronan Farrow, "Ronan Farrow Daily"
Feb 20 2014
The Obama administration gets philosophical on drone policy, Jason Jones discovers an unlikely conservative wonderland, and David O. Russell talks "American Hustle."
Feb 19 2014
Another Florida man stands his ground against an unarmed black teenager, Republicans fight capitalism, and Kevin Spacey reveals the politics behind "House of Cards."
Feb 18 2014
Jason Jones takes the pulse of gay Russia, Democrats prove they're not immune to political corruption, and Joel Kinnaman talks "RoboCop."
Feb 12 2014
The Daily Show fills in for Bob Costas at the Olympics, Francois Hollande breaches state dinner etiquette, and Elizabeth Kolbert discusses "The Sixth Extinction."
Feb 11 2014
Jason Jones kicks off the Sochi Olympics in Moscow, an NFL prospect comes out as gay, and "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" star Ty Burrell reflects on working with Stephen Colbert.
Feb 10 2014
Fox News trumpets the CBO report's imaginary condemnation of Obamacare, Coca-Cola upsets American America, and Robyn Doolittle reveals the real Rob Ford.
Feb 06 2014
Al Qaeda fights an insurgency within its insurgency, Jason Jones investigates conservative Super PAC spending in Iowa, and George Clooney talks "The Monuments Men."
Feb 05 2014
Bill O'Reilly interviews President Obama before the Super Bowl, China's lunar rover says goodbye, and Elizabeth Banks talks "The Lego Movie."
Feb 04 2014
The Best F#@king News Team Ever surveys New York's winter snowscape, Chris Christie employs high school tactics, and Bill de Blasio addresses the pizza controversy.
Feb 03 2014
Atlanta shuts down following a massive two-inch blizzard, Justin Bieber and Rob Ford keep Canada in the news, and Nancy Pelosi talks government inefficiencies.
Jan 30 2014
President Obama offends sensitive Republican souls by abandoning bipartisanship in his State of the Union, and Johnny Knoxville talks "Bad Grandpa."
Jan 29 2014
President Obama updates America on the State of the Union, Sam Bee investigates minimum wage protests, and Louis C.K. reveals details of his film, "Tomorrow Night".
Jan 28 2014
Andrew Cuomo offends Sean Hannity, Justin Bieber supplants real news, Ted Cruz knows who's to blame for the government shutdown, and Jeff Garlin talks "The Goldbergs."
Jan 27 2014
A Syrian peace conference erupts in a word war, the world's billionaires descend on Davos to fight income inequality, and Anjan Sundaram explains "Stringer."
Jan 23 2014
Bob McDonnell fails to heed his own financial advice, the Christie administration runs afoul of Hoboken's mayor, and Hari Sreenivasan discusses the art of real news.
Jan 22 2014
The 2014 Sochi Homophobic Olympics heats up, Jason Jones deals with untreated PTSD symptoms, and Theresa Payton talks "Privacy in the Age of Big Data."
Jan 21 2014
President Obama imposes self-enforced guidelines on secret government surveillance, bacon shortages haunt the Super Bowl, and Marilynne Roach explains the Salem witch trials.
Jan 20 2014
Women breach the glass ceiling, Utah and Oklahoma grapple with marriage equality, and Steven Brill weighs in on unreasonably high health care costs.
Jan 16 2014
Justin Bieber bothers his neighbors, Congress threatens to nuke a nuclear deal with Iran, and former Defense Secretary Robert Gates discusses his memoir, "Duty".
Jan 15 2014
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New evidence emerges in Chris Christie's bridge scandal, Brit Hume decries America's feminization, The Fox Five is a love story, and Tim Gunn hosts "Under the Gunn".
Jan 14 2014
A chemical spill leaves thousands without water in West Virginia, Bill de Blasio shames New York pizza, and Roger Ross Williams discusses "God Loves Uganda".
Jan 13 2014
Long-term unemployment benefits lapse, Chris Christie addresses his role in the "Bridgegate" scandal, and Scarlett Johansson talks post-modern dating in "Her".
Jan 09 2014
Chris Christie gets jammed by traffic, Aasif Mandvi learns about "brosurance", and Richard Cordray discusses the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Jan 08 2014
Colorado opens for recreational weed business, beer advertisers earn America's trust with snow bikini parties, and Steve Coogan discusses "Philomena".
Jan 07 2014
Harsh winter conditions disprove global warming, the White House takes on the nuns, and "Inside Llewyn Davis" star Oscar Isaac remembers his punk rock roots.
Jan 06 2014
The Queen gets angry, John Oliver says goodbye to the Daily Show, and "The Wolf of Wall Street" star Jonah Hill shares his deep admiration for Martin Scorsese.
Dec 19 2013
Former E.P.A. official John Beale finally tells the truth, IKEA spies on its employees, and the stars of "Anchorman 2" cause a ruckus.
Dec 18 2013
John Boehner and Paul Ryan face conservative backlash over the budget deal, "The Hunger Games" gets real, and Erik Prince shares details from his book, "Civilian Warriors".
Dec 17 2013
Megyn Kelly clears up the white Santa misunderstanding, the media again spotlights a dangerous new trend, and Haifaa Al Mansour discusses the making of "Wadjda".
Dec 16 2013
Fox News confirms Santa Claus's whiteness, Lewis Black finds the future underwhelming, and Evangeline Lilly discusses "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug".
Dec 12 2013
Congress whips up a bipartisan budget agreement, Jason Jones refuses to abandon the budget battle, and Reza Aslan addresses the Iranian nuclear agreement.
Dec 11 2013
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Congress outdoes itself, Jason Jones embraces the art of gerrymandering, President Obama shakes hands with Raul Castro, and Amy Adams dishes on "American Hustle".
Dec 10 2013
The N.S.A. wiretaps the World of Warcraft, world leaders pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, and Husain Haqqani untangles Pakistani-U.S. relations.
Dec 09 2013
Fast food workers go on strike, John Hodgman warns of deranged millionaire flight from New York City, and Jorge Ramos predicts a Latino president.
Dec 05 2013
Corporations differ from people after all, Samantha Bee sheds light on shady, legal business practices, and Jehane Noujaim talks "The Square".
Dec 04 2013
Sarah Palin fights back in the war on Christmas, the RNC marks the end of racism in America, and Jared Leto returns to acting after a six-year hiatus.
Dec 03 2013
The Obama administration fixes HealthCare.gov, Black Friday shoppers turn violent, Christian B&B owners reject a gay couple, and Ian McKellen discusses "The Hobbit".
Dec 02 2013
The Senate actually does something, Jessica Williams offers Black Friday shopping tips, and Jennifer Lawrence promotes "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire".
Nov 21 2013
Peace is declared in the pizza war between New York and Chicago, a Republican legislator enjoys hip hop and cocaine, and Tom Brokaw remembers the day JFK was killed.
Nov 20 2013
Toronto strips Rob Ford of his mayoral powers, Qatar constructs the country's largest steel vagina, and Bill Cosby talks "Far From Finished".
Nov 19 2013
Obamacare suffers in comparison to Hurricane Katrina, Liz Cheney assumes her father's mantle, and Elizabeth Olsen shows how not to be a Hollywood mess.
Nov 18 2013
President Obama takes responsibility for the ACA's failings, Rob Ford appears before the Toronto city council, and Geoffrey Rush promotes "The Book Thief".
Nov 14 2013
The media struggles to identify racism, New York and Chicago share a not-so-polite disagreement, and Key and Peele detail their comedy beginnings.
Nov 13 2013
John Kerry nearly pulls off a landmark nuclear deal with Iran, Fox News meshes medical opinion and talking points, and Joe Scarborough diagnoses Republican extremism.
Nov 12 2013
"60 Minutes" acknowledges errors in its Benghazi report, Jason Jones motivates voters in Colorado, and Doris Kearns Goodwin talks "The Bully Pulpit".
Nov 11 2013
A Second Rob Ford video emerges, NFL players defend Richie Incognito, Rand Paul is accused of plagiarism, and Patrick Stewart sheds light on his lobster costume.
Nov 07 2013
Indecision 2013 concludes and Monique Brinson Demery talks "Finding the Dragon Lady".
Nov 06 2013
Toronto enables Rob Ford and John Goodman works with Garry Trudeau in "Alpha House".
Nov 05 2013
Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford learns crack is wack, and Bob Woodruff raises money for vets.
Nov 04 2013
Kathleen Sebelius takes the rap for HealthCare.gov and Mark Fainaru-Wada talks "League of Denial".
Oct 31 2013
The NSA goes on the defensive and Diane Ravitch offers solutions to public school woes.
Oct 30 2013
CNN asks the question that really matters and Debbie Wasserman Schultz champions Obamacare.
Oct 29 2013
Congress rides to HealthCare.gov's rescue, and Nick Offerman discusses "Paddle Your Own Canoe".
Oct 28 2013
Europe takes exception to America's attentions and Chiwetel Ejiofor turns out to be British.
Oct 24 2013
JP Morgan Chase reaches a settlement with the government and Charles Krauthammer talks health care.
Oct 23 2013
Mainstream Republicans battle the Tea Party and Malcolm Gladwell discusses "David and Goliath".
Oct 22 2013
The government's health care technology sputters and Alan Greenspan reconsiders Wall Street.
Oct 21 2013
A Medicaid expansion encounters Republican turbulence and Brian Jay Jones talks Jim Henson.
Oct 10 2013
Moderate Republicans remain in hiding and Michael Fassbender plays a really bad guy.
Oct 09 2013
Republicans deny responsibility for the shutdown and Malala Yousafzai talks fighting the Taliban.
Oct 08 2013
Obamacare commences, Democratic incompetence battles Republican nihilism, and Kathleen Sebelius clarifies the finer points of the Affordable Care Act.
Oct 07 2013
Fox News investigates the liberal shutdown, Smokey the Bear gets furloughed, Sam Bee interviews a rebellious Republican, and Kerry Washington discusses "Scandal".
Oct 03 2013
Congressional Republicans show signs of shutdown remorse, Lewis Black sets his sights on Barilla Pasta, and Sandra Bullock talks zero-gravity projectile vomit.
Oct 02 2013
Fox News weathers the government shutdown, Jason Jones surveys Obamacare supporters and opponents, and David Mitchell discusses "The Reason I Jump".
Oct 01 2013
Republicans threaten to shutter the government if their Obamacare demands go unmet, and Bill O'Reilly talks Syria and "Killing Jesus".
Sep 30 2013

Season 18

158 Episodes

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran hits New York, Pope Francis and Republicans disagree on scriptural matters, and Robin Williams talks "The Crazy Ones."
Sep 26 2013
Ted Cruz takes a stand against the Affordable Care Act, and Thom Yorke and Flea perform songs from their joint project, Atoms for Peace.
Sep 25 2013
Republicans rally against Obamacare, Jessica Williams reports on the future of international shipping, and Richard Dawkins compares science and religion.
Sep 24 2013
Businesses circumvent Obamacare, Aasif Mandvi celebrates India's Miss America victory, and Chelsea Clinton shares details of her work at the Clinton Foundation.
Sep 19 2013
Washington D.C. gun laws prove ineffective, Al Madrigal tests the limits of southern hospitality, and Hugh Jackman embraces the darkness in "Prisoners."
Sep 18 2013
CNN learns the wrong lessons from Boston, the Best F#@king News Team Ever speculatively reports a Godzilla attack, and Jake Gyllenhaal talks "Prisoners."
Sep 17 2013
Lindsey Graham declares war on not going to war in Syria, Pope Francis takes aim at Catholic dogma, and Robert Reich predicts a return to progressivism.
Sep 16 2013
Vladimir Putin assumes the role of peacemaker, Aasif Mandvi reports on the plight of biotech companies, and Billy Crystal recounts a bygone era in comedy.
Sep 12 2013
Bill de Blasio wins the New York City Democratic primary, members of Congress address Egypt's people, and David Cross and Bob Odenkirk talk "Hollywood Said No!"
Sep 11 2013
John Kerry offers inadvertent hope for peace in Syria, a drug boat burns off the coast of Italy, and Bill Dedman sheds light on a reclusive heiress.
Sep 10 2013
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Americans debate intervention in Syria, Bashar al-Assad launches a campaign to charm the west, Republican mayoral candidates clash, and Sheri Fink prepares for disaster.
Sep 09 2013
The New York City Democratic mayoral candidates debate the issues, Anthony Weiner fights back, and Michael C. Hall discusses the final season of "Dexter."
Sep 05 2013
John McCain shows his poker face, Samantha Bee searches for common ground with Russia, and Mario Livio shares some of science's greatest blunders.
Sep 04 2013
Jon returns from the Middle East, Syria crosses America's red line, and Andrew Harper explains the reality for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Sep 03 2013
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Protestors oppose Russia's gay propaganda ban, Anthony Weiner insults BuzzFeed, former correspondents bid farewell to John Oliver, and Simon Pegg talks "The World's End".
Aug 15 2013
Amazon's Jeff Bezos takes over The Washington Post, Elon Musk dreams up a supersonic transport capsule, and Regis Philbin describes his sports talk show, "Crowd Goes Wild".
Aug 14 2013
A judge goes after NYC's stop-and-frisk policies, Jessica Williams demands stop-and-frisk on Wall Street, and Joshua Oppenheimer describes his film, "The Act of Killing".
Aug 13 2013
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Chris Matthews makes 2016 election predictions, Australia's federal candidates slip up, Dr. Sanjay Gupta turns pro-pot, and Senator Rand Paul talks health care.
Aug 12 2013
The SEC holds big banks accountable in small ways, Obama speaks out on sexual assault in the military, and Kirsten Gillibrand criticizes how the military handles such cases.
Aug 08 2013
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President Obama breaks his date with Vladimir Putin, David Cameron takes away England's porn, "Shark Week" is engulfed in shark-troversy, and Lake Bell talks filmmaking.
Aug 07 2013
Tax reform terrifies politicians who want tax reform, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee debate the race question, and Liam Hemsworth talks sports and white-collar crime.
Aug 06 2013
The 2016 Republican presidential field expands, politics engulfs sports and the royal baby, and Neal Thompson recounts the life of Robert Ripley in "A Curious Man".
Aug 05 2013
America's fast food workers demand better pay, Hillary Clinton's lunch ignites 2016 election buzz, and Colin Quinn teaches Constitutional history.
Aug 01 2013
Congress continues being unpopular, Jason Jones travels to Kentucky, Anthony Weiner 9/11s his d**k pics, and Hank Azaria discusses "Lovelace".
Jul 31 2013
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Judge Johnny judges Halliburton, Lance Armstrong and Joe Biden, Pope Francis changes the Catholic tone toward homosexuality, and Tim Gunn talks "Project Runway".
Jul 30 2013
Edward Snowden receives a literary care package, Congress agrees on something, Anthony Weiner gets more bad news, and Mark Leibovich surveys the Washington landscape.
Jul 29 2013
Goldman Sachs gets into the aluminum game, Aasif Mandvi tries convincing someone to run for Congress, and Bob Bradley talks Egyptian soccer and the World Cup.
Jul 25 2013
Anthony Weiner becomes Carlos Danger, Larry Wilmore begins a conversation on race, and Shailene Woodley discusses "The Spectacular".
Jul 24 2013
The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports on the royal birth, and foreign policy expert Richard Haass reflects on the importance of domestic stability.
Jul 23 2013
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A royal son is born, Edward Snowden considers moving out of the Moscow airport, Detroit goes bankrupt, and Louis C.K. talks Woody Allen and "Blue Jasmine".
Jul 22 2013
Egyptians mark the end of democracy, CNN rocks the news, and Sarah Vowell sits in for her friend, the late David Rakoff.
Jul 18 2013
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Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner poll well in NYC, Lewis Black responds to Rick Perry's job offer, and Reza Aslan considers the historical Jesus in his book, "Zealot".
Jul 17 2013
The Senate avoids destroying itself, Kate Middleton's unborn child keeps his or her fans waiting, and Helen Mirren explains why she enjoys touching celebrities.
Jul 16 2013
The George Zimmerman murder trial concludes, Al Madrigal questions Latinos about other Latinos, and Aaron Sorkin talks CNN and "The Newsroom".
Jul 15 2013
Jon Stewart says hello, Justice Scalia objects to the DOMA ruling, Edward Snowden turns up in a Moscow airport, and Tom Goldstein explains the Supreme Court's decisions.
Jun 27 2013
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The Best F#@king News Team Ever responds to the Supreme Court's DOMA decision, Kristen Schaal cheers Wendy Davis, and Josh Fox discusses his film, "Gasland Part II".
Jun 26 2013
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The Supreme Court takes on the Voting Rights Act, George Zimmerman's lawyer starts the trial with a joke, and Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson links hip hop and "The Cosby Show".
Jun 25 2013
Jason Jones learns about the Canadian financial services industry, Edward Snowden eludes the media and the authorities, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses "White House Down".
Jun 24 2013
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Paula Deen finds herself embroiled in controversy, old-timey gangster stories dominate the news, and Tom Brokaw discusses technological innovations in news.
Jun 20 2013
President Obama doesn't feel the love in Germany, the Supreme Court rules on human gene patenting, and Dawn Porter reflects on underappreciated public defenders.
Jun 19 2013
The Senate nearly accomplishes something, Mick Foley issues an immigration reform challenge, and Jim Gaffigan reflects on fatherhood.
Jun 18 2013
Sarah Palin quits quitting, Iran votes for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's replacement, Sam Bee reports on a bullied majority, and Linda Cardellini talks "Mad Men".
Jun 17 2013
The "Summer of the Whistleblower" continues, Lewis Black scrutinizes cutting-edge technologies, and Mavis Staples performs songs from her album, "One True Vine".
Jun 13 2013
The "Summer of the Whistleblower" continues, Lewis Black scrutinizes cutting-edge technologies, and Mavis Staples performs songs from her album, "One True Vine".
Jun 12 2013
Republican senators respond to the NSA surveillance controversy, Al Madrigal exposes undercover whistleblowers, and Armando Iannucci talks American politics and "Veep".
Jun 11 2013
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Details of the government's domestic surveillance practices emerge, the Best F#@king News Team Ever congratulates John Oliver, and Seth Rogen talks "This Is the End".
Jun 10 2013
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New York City residents react to Citi Bike, Jon announces his trip to Iran, and John Oliver seizes power.
Jun 06 2013
Chris Christie calls for a special election, Jessica Williams observes Tennessee's signature health care initiative, and Jon Favreau looks back on his White House days.
Jun 05 2013
China wins the Iraq War, health officials warn of a global MERS epidemic, and Brian Williams weighs in on press freedoms.
Jun 04 2013
The IRS gets a taste of its own medicine, John McCain visits Syrian rebels, and Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin explain the meaning of Pussy Riot.
Jun 03 2013
The Obama administration prosecutes dangerous potheads and journalists, Jason Jones measures conservative reactions to IRS profiling, and Morgan Freeman waxes scientific.
May 23 2013
The IRS proves short on answers, Apple answers for its tax dodge, Peggy Noonan ranks presidential scandals, and Bill O'Reilly considers the Obama administration's troubles.
May 22 2013
Toronto's mayor learns that crack is whack, Al Madrigal tracks down former MSNBC pundit Dylan Ratigan, and Phil Jackson talks basketball and managing big egos.
May 21 2013
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The Obama administration deploys some guy to do damage control, China flushes away all traces of a mysterious ooze, and Ellen Page sings Canada's praises.
May 20 2013
The 2016 presidential election heats up, Disney neglects its parenting duties, and George Packer surveys three decades of American life in his book, "The Unwinding".
May 16 2013
The Obama administration is hit by Hurricane Scandy, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney call for more government accountability, and Olympia Snowe considers bipartisanship.
May 15 2013
President Obama takes a question about the IRS, Jessica Williams counsels a wayward conservative, and Nathan Lane shares his personal theme song.
May 14 2013
The IRS apologizes for targeting conservative political groups, the government does something right, and J.J. Abrams notes the differences between "Star Trek" and "Star Wars".
May 13 2013
The Jodi Arias trial ends, Aasif Mandvi steers wayward youth away from dead end college degrees, and David Sedaris talks "Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls".
May 09 2013
Benghazi-gate continues apace, CNN pulls a fast one, and Carey Mulligan immerses herself in the flapper culture of "The Great Gatsby".
May 08 2013
Chris Christie goes under the knife, Jessica Williams learns the real meaning of Cinco de Mayo, and Mindy Kaling divulges her Met Ball 2013 punk credentials.
May 07 2013
The NRA does its best CPAC impression, and Christiane Amanpour bets on CNN's resurgence.
May 06 2013
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.
May 02 2013
Guantanamo goes on hunger strike, Ted Cruz rankles everybody, and Kay Bailey Hutchison identifies Texas' independent roots.
May 01 2013
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.
Apr 30 2013
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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.
Apr 29 2013
Vali Nasr 18x92
The George W. Bush Presidential Library opens for business, John Oliver concludes his investigation of Australian gun control, and Vali Nasr analyzes American foreign policy.
Apr 25 2013
Fox News questions the Constitution, John Hodgman finds an investment alternative to gold, and Bassem Youssef considers the humorlessness of government.
Apr 24 2013
The STOCK Act gets the Congressional treatment, John Oliver continues his Australian gun control investigation, and writer Salman Rushdie transitions to filmmaking.
Apr 23 2013
The Czech Republic ambassador clears the air, CNN covers every moment of the Boston manhunt, and Christina Hendricks considers possible "Mad Men" spinoffs.
Apr 22 2013
The Senate fails once again, John Oliver proves that gun control actually does work, and Mark Mazzetti sheds light on the CIA's secret wars.
Apr 18 2013
CNN goes down speculation road, the United States is accused of torture, and Ricky Gervais brings back his character from "The Office".
Apr 17 2013
The Senate proposes a long and arduous "path to citizenship," Lewis Black takes on poverty in America, and an ageless Tom Cruise talks "Oblivion".
Apr 16 2013
"Crazy" Rand Paul visits Howard University, Aasif Mandvi delves into the complicated financial world of student athletics, and Edie Falco talks theater and "Nurse Jackie".
Apr 11 2013
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Senate Republicans thwart the UN's assault on the Second Amendment, China tunes in, and Ken Burns seeks justice in "The Central Park Five".
Apr 10 2013
Virginia's "Cooch" revives the state's anti-sodomy laws, a Tennessee lawmaker takes on the young and poor, and Jimmy Carter celebrates his defeat of the guinea worm.
Apr 09 2013
President Obama's budget proposal satisfies no one, Jessica Williams talks pubic lice with John Waters, and David Stockman predicts another economic crash.
Apr 08 2013
Rutgers University fires its basketball coach, CNN evolves goats and the news, the Department of Veterans Affairs needs help, and Danny Boyle talks "Trance" and the Queen.
Apr 04 2013
Congress anonymously supports genetically modified food, Republicans look to re-rebrand, and Sheryl Sandberg offers suggestions to close the gender gap.
Apr 03 2013
Kim Jong-un fails to take the hint, Pope Francis I makes his mark, and author Jonathan Sperber delves into the personal life of Karl Marx.
Apr 02 2013
Egypt suffers democratic growing pains, John Oliver investigates violence against guns, and Mary Roach demystifies the digestive process.
Apr 01 2013
The Supreme Court hears gay marriage arguments, Rupert Murdoch looks to expand his reach in LA, and Denise Kiernan investigates the women of the Manhattan Project.
Mar 28 2013
Government doesn't work for returning veterans, the Supreme Court weighs in on same-sex marriage, and Eva Mendes talks "The Place Beyond the Pines".
Mar 27 2013
Republicans reboot, Larry Wilmore offers the GOP minority outreach advice, and "Salt Sugar Fat" author Michael Moss shares processed food industry secrets.
Mar 26 2013
Barack Obama brokers Middle Eastern peace, Al Madrigal investigates a lesser-known form of gun violence, and "Game of Thrones"' Peter Dinklage coins a phrase.
Mar 25 2013
Biological imperatives end Rand Paul's filibuster, potential papal successors gather in Rome, and Tom Coughlin discusses his book, "Earn the Right to Win".
Mar 07 2013
Rand Paul filibusters for real, Al Madrigal questions Puerto Rico's desire for statehood, and Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the Russian meteor event.
Mar 06 2013
The Supreme Court reconsiders the Voting Rights Act, and Sandra Day O'Connor discusses her life on the bench and her book, "Out of Order".
Mar 05 2013
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Congress punishes itself by not punishing itself, Dennis Rodman reaches out to Kim Jong-un, and Paul Rudd discusses his life on the Supreme Court.
Mar 04 2013
Bob Woodward runs afoul of the White House, Jason Jones battles maple syrup addiction, and Rachel Maddow decodes the Supreme Court.
Feb 28 2013
Wall Street enjoys a boom, Italy wanders into a religious and political power vacuum, and R.J. Cutler describes "The World According to Dick Cheney".
Feb 27 2013
Dov Hikind addresses the blackface controversy, Robert Gibbs acknowledges the drone program, and Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson discuss hunger and "A Place at the Table".
Feb 26 2013
Mississippi's Dick Molpus is vindicated, Samantha Bee prepares for post-sequester America, and Donnie Wahlberg straddles the police communities of Boston and New York.
Feb 25 2013
The White House vows greater transparency, Jessica Williams joins up with Texas secessionists, and Steven Brill discusses his health care industry investigation.
Feb 21 2013
Republicans revenge themselves on Chuck Hagel, Mississippi ratifies the 13th Amendment, and Helaine Olen discusses her book, "Pound Foolish".
Feb 20 2013
Great Britain questions the quality of its fast food, a meteor explosion over Russia fails to resonate, and Alison Brie talks "Community," "Mad Men," and Springsteen.
Feb 19 2013
CNN owns the cruise ship story, John Oliver meets with the secretary general of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, and Susan Rice shares her side of the Benghazi story.
Feb 14 2013
President Obama updates America on the State of the Union, Marco Rubio takes a water break, and Fawzia Koofi discusses her book, "The Favored Daughter".
Feb 13 2013
North Korea goes miniature, Lewis Black looks to the real gun control experts, and Mike Piazza talks baseball, steroids, and his book, "Long Shot".
Feb 12 2013
Pope Benedict XVI steps down, Harvard fails to produce the best cheaters, and George Stephanopoulos talks State of the Union addresses past and future.
Feb 11 2013
The White House opens up about drones, the United States Postal Service changes its work schedule, and Neil Barofsky talks banks and bailouts.
Feb 07 2013
The Obama administration is questioned over its legal basis for drone strikes, the British government addresses gay marriage, and Ed Whitacre discusses GM's revival.
Feb 06 2013
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Republicans explore alternative methods of voter outreach, Facebook frustrates Germany, and Ray Kelly talks gun control and large sodas.
Feb 05 2013
The Super Bowl suffers a power failure, Chinese hackers infiltrate the New York Times, and education reformer Michelle Rhee discusses her book, "Radical".
Feb 04 2013
The Senate investigates a range of gun control measures, President Obama makes a controversial skeet-shooting remark, and Jason Bateman discusses "Identity Thief".
Jan 31 2013
Al Gore 18x53
Republicans reach out to Latino voters, and Al Gore talks climate, democracy, and his book, "The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change".
Jan 30 2013
Would-be right-wing homesteaders envision a perfect society, homosexuality comes to the Boy Scouts and the NFL, and Melissa McCarthy blames Jason Bateman for "Identity Thief".
Jan 29 2013
Women gain access to front-line combat, North Korea promises to "settle accounts" with the United States, and Bob Costas discusses the American cultures of guns and football.
Jan 28 2013
House Republicans press Hillary Clinton on Benghazi intelligence, China's smog problem helps America's self-esteem, and Christopher Walken talks "Stand Up Guys".
Jan 24 2013
Paul Ryan reviews President Obama's inaugural speech, Israel is no friend to Benjamin Netanyahu, and Missy Cummings shares the many applications of drones.
Jan 23 2013
President Obama is sworn in for his second presidential term, Beyonce "sings" the National Anthem, and Jennifer Lopez discusses her new action film, "Parker".
Jan 22 2013
President Obama is sworn in for a second term, the Best F#@king News Team Ever experiments with inauguration hairstyles, and Sonia Sotomayor talks "My Beloved World".
Jan 21 2013
President Obama addresses gun control, the White House rebuffs a petition to build a Death Star, and Lena Dunham is a Golden Globes newbie.
Jan 17 2013
The White House and the NRA debate gun control measures, House Republicans vote against Hurricane Sandy relief, and Jessica Chastain talks "Zero Dark Thirty".
Jan 16 2013
Lance Armstrong opens up to Oprah, Clarence Thomas speaks for the first time in seven years, and Bob Schieffer prepares for his 13th presidential inauguration.
Jan 15 2013
Paul Krugman teaches brand awareness, Jessica Williams parses President Obama's personal diversity, John Oliver investigates investigations, and Roger Waters battles the flu.
Jan 14 2013
The government considers minting a trillion dollar coin, Al Gore sells Current TV to Al Jazeera, and Josh Brolin discusses his handsome role in "Gangster Squad".
Jan 10 2013
Former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg sues America, Al Madrigal reports on Detroit's Canadian problem, and Jeff Bridges talks "The Dude and the Zen Master".
Jan 09 2013
America debates gun control, Wayne LaPierre calls for a lunatic database, and retired General Stanley McChrystal discusses his memoir, "My Share of the Task".
Jan 08 2013
America temporarily avoids the Fiscal Cliff, House Republicans vote against a Hurricane Sandy relief package, and Anne Hathaway divulges the ending to "Les Miserables".
Jan 07 2013
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".
Dec 13 2012
Atheists assault Christmas, North Korea's Kim Jong-un averts Armageddon, and Newark Mayor Cory Booker touts his city's economic resurgence.
Dec 12 2012
Michigan and Indiana wage economic warfare, Silvio Berlusconi serenades the Italian electorate, and Laura Linney discusses "Hyde Park on Hudson".
Dec 11 2012
Sports commentator Bob Costas switches subjects, Mitch McConnell's plan backfires, and Gene Robinson talks being the first openly gay bishop in Christendom.
Dec 10 2012
Kate Middleton battles morning sickness, Samantha Bee predicts the royal child's future, and Chris Christie shares details of his hug with Bruce Springsteen.
Dec 06 2012
Senate Republicans oppose the UN's disability rights treaty, Al Madrigal investigates pot-smoking seniors, and Alan Simpson untangles the fiscal cliff.
Dec 05 2012
The left and right debate fiscal cliff resolutions, House Republicans pass on diversity, and Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey describes the brotherhood of the knuckleball.
Dec 04 2012
Fox News continues fighting the war on Christmas, Congress debates the filibuster, and Denis Leary spreads holiday cheer in his book, "Merry F**kin' Christmas".
Dec 03 2012
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.
Nov 29 2012
John McCain and Lindsey Graham attack Susan Rice, Marcia Fudge attacks their attack, Jason Jones examines political consulting, and Neil Young brings vinyl sound to digital.
Nov 28 2012
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.
Nov 27 2012
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".
Nov 26 2012
Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribery, Al Madrigal investigates Arizona's legislative landscape, and Andrew Napolitano waxes Constitutional.
Nov 15 2012
The GOP does well among married women, the BBC confronts a decades-long child sex scandal, and Jon Meacham talks "Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power".
Nov 14 2012
White House petitioners threaten secession, the Petraeus scandal widens with a second implicated general, and Jason Sudeikis channels Joe Biden and Mitt Romney.
Nov 13 2012
New York cleans up after Hurricane Sandy, General Petraeus resigns as head of the CIA, and Mike Huckabee calls for a more inclusive GOP.
Nov 12 2012
Colorado legalizes marijuana, John Oliver offers a unique interpretation of the election, and Katie Dellamaggiore and Pobo Efekoro talk "Brooklyn Castle".
Nov 08 2012
Barack Obama defeats Mitt Romney, Karl Rove refuses to admit defeat, Fox News plays the blame game, and Nate Silver explains his forecasting methodology.
Nov 07 2012
Election night wraps up, the Best F#@king News Team Ever reports future election results, and Samantha Bee interviews undecided voters.
Nov 06 2012
The presidential campaigns wind down, John Oliver and Jason Jones coach young politicians, and Martha Raddatz shares the secret to her debate moderating authority.
Nov 05 2012
Ohio suffers a storm of political ads, Jason Jones and John Oliver raise student council election funds, and Bob Woodruff promotes the "Stand Up For Heroes" fundraiser.
Nov 01 2012
Hurricane Sandy reveals government competence, John Oliver and Jason Jones run eighth grade political campaigns, and Jon Ronson shares examples of investigative satire.
Oct 31 2012
Both parties pick winners and losers, an Indiana Senate candidate stirs up controversy, and Nancy Pelosi shares her take on the 2012 presidential election.
Oct 25 2012
Donald Trump challenges President Obama, military veterans fight the civilian economy, and war hero Dakota Meyer describes a dark day in Afghanistan.
Oct 24 2012
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama debate foreign policy, John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi share closing election arguments, and Gerard Butler talks surfing in "Chasing Mavericks".
Oct 23 2012
The conservative media exploits an Obama sound bite, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee follow the President's last campaign, and DL Hughley explains "The Endangered List".
Oct 22 2012
Samantha Bee explains why women voters are turned off by the debates, and President Obama weighs in on the election, Libya and Joe Biden's swimwear.
Oct 18 2012
Barack Obama shows up for the second presidential debate, John Oliver recruits a focus group, and Nate Silver shares his book, "The Signal and the Noise".
Oct 17 2012
Paul Ryan visits a homeless shelter in Ohio, Herman Cain touches on American exceptionalism, and Eugene Jarecki discusses the war on drugs and "The House I Live In".
Oct 16 2012
Joe Biden debates Paul Ryan, Martha Raddatz draws praise as debate moderator, and author J.K. Rowling discusses writing a novel without magic or Harry Potter.
Oct 15 2012
Down-ticket congressional races intensify, John Oliver reports on a fast-growing sector of the US economy, and Paul Thomas Anderson talks writing and directing "The Master".
Oct 11 2012
President Obama slams Mitt Romney over Big Bird comments, Jason Jones explains the polling of polls, and Magic Johnson reveals the secret to his rivalry with Larry Bird.
Oct 10 2012
Mitt Romney presents his vague deficit reduction plan, Jessica Williams interviews black Mormons in Utah, and Ben Affleck rescues hostages in "Argo".
Oct 09 2012
Slightly lower unemployment numbers spark conservative conspiracy theories, Sesame Street comes under fire, and Pete Townshend discusses his memoir, "Who I Am".
Oct 08 2012
Mitt Romney's lies win the first debate, Barack Obama breaks Chris Matthews, Al Gore ponders elevation sickness, and Bill O'Reilly discusses "Killing Kennedy".
Oct 04 2012
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An explosive Obama video resurfaces, Stephen Colbert plays the part of Bill O'Reilly, and Rand Paul shares libertarian anecdotes from his book, "Government Bullies".
Oct 03 2012
A Pennsylvania judge rules against the state's voter ID law, John Oliver asks Herman Cain to save America from foreign debt, and Liam Neeson talks kicking ass in "Taken 2".
Oct 02 2012
The Obama and Romney camps aim low at the debates, the White House responds to violence in Libya, and Arnold Schwarzenegger discusses time travel and his book, "Total Recall".
Oct 01 2012

Season 17

157 Episodes

Hungry kids protest school lunch calorie limits, the UN General Assembly makes for bland political theater, and Amar'e Stoudemire discusses his "STAT" children's books.
Sep 27 2012
The NFL referee lockout continues, Patrick Stewart replaces John Oliver, Jason Jones investigates Sudden Wealth Syndrome, and Olivia Wilde talks life in Kenya.
Sep 26 2012
President Obama brushes off United Nations world leaders, Mitt Romney regresses as the election approaches, and King Abdullah II of Jordan talks Arab Spring.
Sep 25 2012
An ancient papyrus hints that Jesus was married, the Senate GOP kills a veterans jobs bill, and Bill Clinton discusses his convention speech and the Clinton Global Initiative.
Sep 20 2012
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Fox News addresses the leaked Romney video, the Best F#@king News Team Ever prepares for general election sniping, and Pink performs a song from "The Truth About Love."
Sep 19 2012
Mitt Romney shares his opinion of 47% of Americans, Al Madrigal and Jessica Williams discuss minority advantages in America, and Salman Rushdie talks "Joseph Anton."
Sep 18 2012
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A YouTube movie sparks violence in the Middle East, John Oliver reports from Egypt, and Kofi Annan shares his views on the Syrian conflict and what it means for the world.
Sep 17 2012
DNC Friday 17x150
President Obama accepts the Democratic nomination, the Best F#@king News Team Ever shares memories of Charlotte, and Fox News gets a new slogan after its convention coverage.
Sep 07 2012
The Democratic Party votes to amend its platform, Bill Clinton shares hard facts, and economist Austan Goolsbee remains happily divorced from government work.
Sep 06 2012
Democratic National Convention speakers praise President Obama, John Oliver shares a personal Obama anecdote, and Kirsten Gillibrand calls for more women in Congress.
Sep 05 2012
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The Democratic National Convention begins in Charlotte, NC, the Best F#@king News Team Ever updates the Obama campaign's slogan, and Tom Brokaw compares conventions.
Sep 04 2012
Clint Eastwood speaks to an empty chair, Mitt Romney recalls America's idyllic past, and the Best F#@king News Team Ever say goodbye to the Republican National Convention.
Aug 31 2012
Paul Ryan addresses the Republican National Convention, John Oliver interprets the Republican theme "We Can Change It," and Michael Steele talks Ron Paul.
Aug 30 2012
The 2012 Republican National Convention finds its theme, Samantha Bee investigates the Republican platform, and Herman Cain identifies differences between him and Mitt Romney.
Aug 29 2012
The Best F#@king News Team ever reports from the Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL, and Marco Rubio touts Republican governing philosophies and Florida journalism.
Aug 28 2012
Pennsylvania and Ohio pursue partisan voting laws, the Best F#@king News Team Ever warms up for the Republican National Convention, and Rob Corddry shares his Olympic medal.
Aug 16 2012
Joe Biden sparks Republican outrage, John Oliver searches for America's next great political prop, and Brian Williams discusses dogs and Paul Ryan's Wienermobile.
Aug 15 2012
Mitt Romney campaigns with vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan, John Hodgman shares his love of "Twilight," and Misty May-Treanor reflects on her Olympic legend.
Aug 14 2012
Mitt Romney makes Paul Ryan the Republican vice presidential nominee, and "Cosmopolis" and "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson enjoys a pint of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.
Aug 13 2012
President Obama and Mitt Romney exchange bad puns, Jason Jones covers the 2012 Red Neck Blank, and Joanna Brooks talks growing up Mormon in The Book of Mormon Girl.
Aug 09 2012
Chris Rock 17x137
Voter I.D. laws target the poor, minorities and elderly, Al Madrigal investigates an Olympic penis controversy, and Chris Rock discusses "2 Days in New York."
Aug 08 2012
Chik-fil-A and Taco Bell face social media challenges, Italy doesn't love Mitt Romney, and Saima Wahab discusses her journey from Afghanistan to Portland, Oregon.
Aug 07 2012
Tim Gunn 17x135
The White House is criticized for security leaks, Jason Jones studies super spy Thomas Drake, the Mars rover lands, and Tim Gunn remembers ten seasons of "Project Runway."
Aug 06 2012
Chik-fil-A Appreciation Day threatens America's chicken supply, the news struggles to not spoil the Olympics, and Jessica Biel discusses cars of the future in "Total Recall."
Aug 02 2012
President Obama donates to the Obama campaign, Mitt Romney runs as a generic Republican candidate, Harry Reid is terrible, and Fred Guterl talks human extinction.
Aug 01 2012
Mitt Romney makes an impression overseas, Dick Cheney and John McCain disagree on Sarah Palin's vice-presidential qualities, and economist Dambisa Moyo examines China.
Jul 31 2012
Mitt Romney sees disconcerting signs at the London Olympics, cities look to ban Chick-fil-A for its gay marriage stance, and Rashida Jones talks "Celeste and Jesse Forever."
Jul 30 2012
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un gets married, Samantha Bee reports on nuns at odds with the Vatican, and Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis take a break from "The Campaign."
Jul 26 2012
President Obama encounters pronoun trouble, John Oliver interviews Herman Cain about his imaginary energy policy, and Joseph Stiglitz discusses "The Price of Inequality."
Jul 25 2012
London faces Olympics-related difficulties, Lewis Black takes issue with the deliberate distortions of the campaigns, and Matthew McConaughey discusses "Killer Joe."
Jul 24 2012
The Colorado tragedy sparks non-gun debate, the Boy Scouts and Chick-fil-A reaffirm exclusionary policies toward gays, and Fareed Zakaria discusses "The Post-American World."
Jul 23 2012
An investigation reveals HSBC laundered money for Mexican drug cartels, Michele Bachmann floats a conspiracy theory, and E.J. Dionne talks "Our Divided Political Heart."
Jul 19 2012
Banks tamper with the Libor rate, Mitt Romney resists pressure to reveal his tax returns, and Sigourney Weaver talks American dynasties and "Political Animals."
Jul 18 2012
Egyptians hurl tomatoes in protest, the Obamas pose for the Kiss Cam, John Oliver tells America to keep it down, Al Madrigal goes to Mexico, and Victor Cruz talks football.
Jul 17 2012
Louis C.K. 17x123
Mitt Romney retires retroactively, John Oliver reports from New Jersey on the Viacom-DirecTV dispute, and Louis C.K. clarifies his controversial Twitter comments.
Jul 16 2012
The Supreme Court rules Obamacare constitutional, John Oliver poses questions to fictional president Herman Cain, and Tenacious D performs songs off "Rize of the Fenix."
Jun 28 2012
Governor Cuomo's proposed decriminalization of marijuana fails, Jessica Williams sends health care news from the Supreme Court, and Andrew Garfield is Spider-Man.
Jun 27 2012
President Obama's role in Operation Fast and Furious inspires conservative talk of dictatorship, and Seth MacFarlane explains how he recruited Mark Wahlberg to star in "Ted."
Jun 26 2012
The Supreme Court rules on the Arizona immigration law, Mitt Romney hosts a retreat for big donors in Utah, and Marco Rubio shares lessons from his two years in the Senate.
Jun 25 2012
President Obama claims executive privilege on "fast and furious" documents, and Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef fulfills a dream by appearing on The Daily Show.
Jun 21 2012
Attorney General Eric Holder faces criticism from the House Oversight Committee, Obama and Romney face hecklers on the trail, and Steve Carell promotes all of his new books.
Jun 20 2012
Democrats try to build a strong liberal coalition, President Obama uses his executive authority to prevent excessive deportation, and Denis Leary fills in for Marco Rubio.
Jun 19 2012
Greece votes to stay within the EU, Samantha Bee debates whether or not to attend a $40,000-a-plate Obama fundraiser, and journalist Parmy Olson sheds light on Anonymous.
Jun 18 2012
JPMorgan Chase's CEO Jamie Dimon testifies in Washington, Aasif Mandvi uncovers a conspiracy in Idaho, and Catherine Zeta-Jones talks "Rock of Ages" and "Spartacus."
Jun 14 2012
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney scramble to raise cash, the White House receives criticism for suspicious leaks, and Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses the invention of vibrators.
Jun 13 2012
Governor Rick Scott continues his voter purge in Florida, prisoners at Gitmo enjoy some taxpayer-funded amenities, and Colin Powell discusses his book, "It Worked For Me."
Jun 12 2012
President Obama gets caught in a gaffe, Larry Wilmore discusses the lack of diversity in a Romney ad, and Boris Johnson gives a mayoral opinion on the large soda ban.
Jun 11 2012
The media debates fairness, Governor Cuomo proposes marijuana legislation, and Edward Conard talks innovation and risk and his book, "Unintended Consequences."
Jun 07 2012
Samantha Bee reports on Wisconsin's anger in the midst of Scott Walker's recall election, drones come in many forms, and Michael Fassbender reveals "Prometheus" plot points.
Jun 06 2012
The Wisconsin recall election proceeds, Al Madrigal reports on Latino unemployment in television, and Libertarian Gary Johnson discusses an alternative political path.
Jun 05 2012
John Oliver reports from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, the Obama administration plays "Polish That Turd," and Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann discuss government dysfunction.
Jun 04 2012
Mayor Michael Bloomberg seeks a ban on oversized sugary drinks, Wyatt Cenac reports on Russia's blocking intervention in Syria, and Jim Parsons stars in "Harvey."
May 31 2012
Dan Rather 17x105
Mitt Romney wins Texas, Donald Trump is an on-again, off-again birther, Jessica Williams investigates a Minnesota prom, and Dan Rather is "Rather Outspoken."
May 30 2012
Jon recalls a conversation with Roger Ailes, examines the good and bad kinds of socialism, and talks to Michelle Obama about the importance of gardening.
May 29 2012
Fox News evolves on the issue of same-sex marriage, Jason Jones reports from George Clooney's fundraiser, and Robert Caro discusses Lyndon Johnson's passage to power.
May 10 2012
President Obama voices his support for same-sex marriage, Kristen Schaal shares her voting history, and John Hall critiques Jon's Queen Elizabeth II impression.
May 09 2012
Joe Biden's support for gay marriage is not new policy, Mitt Romney takes credit for the auto bailout, and Ivo Daalder explains the seating arrangements at NATO summits.
May 08 2012
Elections in Europe spell bad news for incumbents, Al Madrigal gauges young voters' enthusiasm for Obama, and Admiral General Aladeen assures Jon that his family is safe.
May 07 2012
Osama bin Laden's documents reveal a brand-conscious terrorist, Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng asks Hillary Clinton for aid, and Peter Bergen discusses "Man Hunt."
May 03 2012
Newt Gingrich calls it quits, Romney advisor Richard Grenell resigns under pressure from conservative groups, and Senator Tom Coburn warns of the country's "Debt Bomb."
May 02 2012
The anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death sparks controversy, Lewis Black rants about artisanal bagels, and David Barton argues for a new understanding of Thomas Jefferson.
May 01 2012
Republicans and Democrats debate discretionary social spending, Mike & Ike stage a gay divorce, and Zach Wahls shares lessons learned from his two moms.
Apr 30 2012
Rupert Murdoch faces new accusations, the Democrats have issues in North Carolina, and Robert Draper offers a glimpse into the House of Representatives.
Apr 26 2012
Wealthy citizens want to mine asteroids, Neil deGrasse Tyson plays "Bulls**t or No Bulls**t, Mitt Romney recalibrates his campaign, and Jason Segel works with humans.
Apr 25 2012
The Secret Service prostitution scandal widens, The Best F#@king News Team Ever fights voter apathy, and Madeleine Albright shares personal history.
Apr 24 2012
Mitt Romney looks for a running mate, John Oliver sits down with Herman Cain, the Obama and Romney campaigns debate canine issues, and Ben Rattray talks social media.
Apr 23 2012
Conservative pundits pivot on Mitt Romney, North Korea is out of the axis of evil, and "Good Self, Bad Self" author Judy Smith discusses high-profile crisis management.
Apr 19 2012
The GSA's Jeff Neely pleads the Fifth, Jon compares the comedic styles of Mitt Romney and President Obama, and economist Robert Reich is "Beyond Outrage."
Apr 18 2012
Geraldo Rivera taunts the Taliban, Senate Republicans filibuster the "Buffett Rule," Jason Jones examines the women's voting bloc, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus discusses "Veep."
Apr 17 2012
The Secret Service is embroiled in a prostitution scandal, the media addresses Hilary Rosen and the "war on women," and Jane Goodall talks Disney's new film, "Chimpanzee."
Apr 16 2012
George Zimmerman is charged with murder; The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports from Sanford, FL; Egypt prepares for elections, and Esperanza Spalding performs.
Apr 12 2012
The Best F#@king News Team Ever reports from the Gingrich, Romney and Obama camps; Al Madrigal investigates "personhood" in Oklahoma; and Ricky Gervais talks Karl Pilkington.
Apr 11 2012
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CNN brands its news segments, Google eyeglasses augment reality, Facebook buys Instagram, and Elon Musk discusses the future of human space exploration.
Apr 10 2012
Passover goes toe-to-toe with Easter, NBC faces backlash for its editing of George Zimmerman's 911 call, and Tim Weiner discusses his book, "Enemies: A History of the FBI."
Apr 09 2012
The GSA's Vegas conference is an epic boondoggle, Bill O'Reilly won't pay $4 for shrimp, Obama wants $75 from Jon, and "No Reservations" star Anthony Bourdain talks travel.
Apr 05 2012
Rick Santorum believes it's campaign half-time, Larry Wilmore finds the racist culprit in the Trayvon Martin case, and Jack Goldsmith discusses executive power, post-9/11.
Apr 04 2012
Sarah Palin infiltrates "Today Show," John Oliver asks Palin fans about her brave co-hosting, and SCOTUSblog publisher Tom Goldstein discusses his Supreme Court case.
Apr 03 2012
Mitt Romney endorsements lack enthusiasm, the Tucson school board bans Mexican-American studies, and former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed talks climate and democracy.
Apr 02 2012
Supporters and opponents before the Supreme Court to discuss The Affordable Care Act, Spike Lee endangers the lives of the sweetest people in the world, and Rachel Maddow explains how Americans can connect with the military.
Mar 29 2012
Jon struggles with "pink slime" being a part of his cheeseburger, Russian accents continue to be evil, and Ahmed Rashid explains how America's military presence affects Afghanistan's economy.
Mar 28 2012
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell gets jilted; Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney deal with "gotcha" media; Sam Bee visits Park Slope, Brooklyn; and Maria Goodavage talks military dogs.
Mar 27 2012
Dick Cheney gets a new heart, Florida's "stand your ground" law leads to the shooting of Trayvon Martin, and NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal talks about getting his Ph.D.
Mar 26 2012
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Bashar al Assad's hacked emails reveal some interesting music choices, Jon tries to help Mt. Vernon, New Hampshire with some new names for a local pond, and John Oliver investigates why America cut all funding to UNESCO.
Mar 15 2012
Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum pick up wins in the Southern primaries and CNN has a hard time making it exciting, South by Southwest creates "homeless hotspots," and Rachel Weisz reveals that her movie "Deep Blue Sea" has no LL Cool J-eating sharks.
Mar 14 2012
Fox News compares Rush Limbaugh to Bill Maher, Kristen Schaal finds humor in Republican policies on women's health, and Will Ferrell learns Spanish for "Casa de mi Padre."
Mar 13 2012
Al Madrigal and Jessica Williams report on the Kony 2012 activist youth movement, Mitt Romney applies a Southern strategy in Alabama, and Grover Norquist talks tax reform.
Mar 12 2012
Jon Stewart exposes Sean Hannity's seedy past, Jessica Williams investigates Socialism in America, and National Iranian American Council President Trita Parsi discusses U.S.-Iranian relations.
Mar 08 2012
Mitt Romney wins Ohio on Super Tuesday, CNN reveals holodeck technology, the White House press corps tries to gin up a fight, and Cecile Richards discusses Planned Parenthood.
Mar 07 2012
Host Jon Stewart interviews Julianne Moore and discusses the day's news and important topics.
Mar 06 2012
Rush Limbaugh makes incendiary remarks about Sandra Fluke, John Oliver meets Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour, and Secretary Shaun Donovan tackles homelessness.
Mar 05 2012
The U.S. Senate debates the Blunt amendment, Barbara Boxer breaks down Jon's jokes on the Senate floor, and Cathleen Kaveny explores Catholic moral theology.
Mar 01 2012
Mitt Romney takes Michigan, conservative pundits mourn the state of the GOP field, and Masha Gessen discusses the rise and anticipated fall of Vladimir Putin.
Feb 29 2012
Rick Santorum calls on Michigan Democrats for support, Samantha Bee gets to the bottom of Grover Norquist's anti-tax pledge, and Stephen Merchant discusses his lofty stature.
Feb 28 2012
Rick Santorum gets queasy over John F. Kennedy's religious tolerance speech, the Pope joins the Twitterverse, and Neil deGrasse Tyson advocates U.S. space exploration.
Feb 27 2012
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Rick Santorum takes heat for his frankness, Newt Gingrich considers himself cheerful, and Paul Rudd indulges his sweet tooth.
Feb 23 2012
Republicans build a frightening case against Barack Obama, health officials debate publishing controversial bird flu research, and Bruce Bartlett calls for tax reform.
Feb 22 2012
Chris Christie vetoes New Jersey's same-sex marriage bill, Virginia encroaches on women's reproductive rights, and Russ Feingold discusses campaign finance reform.
Feb 21 2012
Congress debates birth control coverage, Aasif Mandvi investigates Time Warner's Knicks blackout, and Alan Huffman and Michael Rejebian uncover candidate scandals.
Feb 20 2012
Barack Obama takes heat for his Hollywood fundraiser; Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum fight for Michigan; and Arne Duncan works to improve America's educational system.
Feb 16 2012
House Republicans oppose the STOCK Act's intelligence provisions, Wyatt Cenac investigates whale slavery, and Louise Slaughter strives to end congressional insider trading.
Feb 15 2012
Rick Santorum worries about women joining men in combat , Liz Trotta makes incendiary remarks about rape in the military, and Ricky Gervais analyzes panda repopulation.
Feb 14 2012
CNN stuns Whitney Houston fans, Catholics confuse health care reform with war, and Ali Soufan considers the complexities of ethnic nationalism in the Middle East.
Feb 13 2012
Donald Trump endorses Mitt Romney, Aasif Mandvi investigates Florida's welfare drug testing law, and David Agus rethinks America's attitude toward illness.
Feb 02 2012
Brad Pitt 17x54
Mitt Romney wins the Florida primary, John Oliver and Jason Jones consider both sides of the wealth gap, and Brad Pitt roots for baseball's underdogs.
Feb 01 2012
Newt Gingrich panders to Florida's Hispanic voters, Mitt Romney spins his work at Bain Capital into an asset, and Jonathan Macey talks about private equity firms.
Jan 31 2012
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Mitt Romney pummels Newt Gingrich in Florida, Jason Jones finds out how Floridian women feel about Newt Gingrich, and Lou Dobbs gets excited about political controversies.
Jan 30 2012
The Supreme Court deliberates over televised profanity, Newt Gingrich tackles the moon, and Tilda Swinton discusses her acting career.
Jan 26 2012
Barack Obama gives his State of the Union address, Mitch Daniels counters it with a Republican rebuttal, and Paula Broadwell examines General David Patraeus' career.
Jan 25 2012
Mitt Romney defends his tax returns, Newt Gingrich one-ups Mitt Romney at the Florida GOP debate, and Elizabeth Warren urges America to invest in its future.
Jan 24 2012
Newt Gingrich takes South Carolina, Al Madrigal gets to know Mitt Romney's most fervent enthusiast, and Kathleen Sebelius talks about health care reform.
Jan 23 2012
Rick Perry drops out of the GOP race, Newt Gingrich's ex-wife reveals his request for an open marriage, and Elizabeth Banks enjoys performing on high-rise ledges.
Jan 19 2012
Wikipedia's blackout puts the spotlight on SOPA, Mitt Romney reveals his tax rate, and Joe Nocera shares his thoughts on Wall Street.
Jan 18 2012
Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina debate, Stephen Colbert reveals his wishes for the Colbert Super PAC, and Liam Neeson enjoys small-town Canada.
Jan 17 2012
Jon takes over the Colbert Super PAC, China's Foxconn comes under attack for its poor working conditions, and Jodi Kantor talks about the Obamas.
Jan 16 2012
Newt Gingrich tackles an array of minority issues, John Oliver elevates America's public discourse, and Dolly Parton dukes it out with Queen Latifah.
Jan 12 2012
Mitt Romney wins the New Hampshire primary, The Best F#@king News Team reports from South Carolina, and Jim DeMint considers America's economic and political problems.
Jan 11 2012
The New Hampshire primary results trickle in, Iran begins enriching uranium, and Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the GOP presidential candidates.
Jan 10 2012
GOP presidential candidates debate twice in New Hampshire, Mitt Romney's competitors resent his wealth, and George Lucas commemorates the Tuskegee Airmen.
Jan 09 2012
The GOP censures Barack Obama's recess appointment, Jason Jones helps a Republican outcast, and Craig Shirley provides an intimate look at the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Jan 05 2012
Mitt Romney tops the Iowa caucus, Michele Bachmann drops out of the presidential race, and Elizabeth Dowling Taylor explores the life of White House slave Paul Jennings.
Jan 04 2012
Republican candidates criticize Ron Paul's position on Iran, Rick Santorum surges in the polls, and Charles Barkley weighs in on 2012's NBA teams.
Jan 03 2012
GOP leaders share some compelling reasons for Republican voters not to choose Newt Gingrich as their political party's standard-bearer. Wyatt Cenac discovers that there is no euphemism for masturbation that accurately describes what Congress is doing to the post office. Matt Damon sports a buzz cut and compares his head shape with Jon's.
Dec 15 2011
Mitt Romney makes a ballsy move against Newt Gingrich, Fox News uncovers a Muppet controversy, and Melody Barnes talks domestic policy.
Dec 14 2011
The Florida Family Association opposes TLC's portrayal of Muslims, Newt Gingrich concocts a poverty-fighting plan, and Lawrence Lessig wants to end Congressional corruption.
Dec 13 2011
John Oliver looks into Mitt Romney's costly bet, PolitiFact gives Jon a "pants on fire" rating, and Anne Burell cooks like a rock star.
Dec 12 2011
Bill O'Reilly takes a shot at Jon, GOP Candidates express their love for Israel, and Ed Gillespie examines the effects of Dodd-Frank.
Dec 08 2011
The Senate passes a bill that jeopardizes Americans' civil rights, the CIA loses a stealth drone in Iran, and Ralph Fiennes enjoys Shakespeare.
Dec 07 2011
Conservatives object to the secularization of Christmas, Republicans fear Donald Trump's debate moderating, and Jonah Hill admits to taking handsome pills.
Dec 06 2011
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Herman Cain suspends his campaign, John Oliver takes a closer look at California's political process, and Ben Lowy talks war photography.
Dec 05 2011
Bloomberg reveals the U.S. government bailouts totaled $7.7 trillion, Mitt Romney loses his cool, and Bob Costas reviews his Jerry Sandusky interview.
Dec 01 2011
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Aasif Mandvi reports on Egypt's election, a fire alarm blares over Brian Williams' broadcast, and Bono believes that America is close to ending the AIDS epidemic.
Nov 30 2011
Herman Cain denies accusations of an extramarital affair, Barney Frank announces his retirement, and Betty White adores animals.
Nov 29 2011
Police pepper spray U.C. Davis students, conservatives criticize Barack Obama for leaving God out of his Thanksgiving speech, and Merrill Markoe explores comedy.
Nov 28 2011
Newt Gingrich emerges as the GOP front-runner, Sarah Vowell defends the glory of Evacuation Day, and Martin Scorsese talks movies.
Nov 17 2011
The congressional super committee faces a looming deadline, Samantha Bee explores Occupy Wall Street's class division, and Diane Keaton recalls growing up in California.
Nov 16 2011
Herman Cain struggles with foreign policy; Jerry Sandusky takes a phone interview; and Mark Kelly talks about his wife, Gabrielle Giffords.
Nov 15 2011
Aasif Mandvi explains why facts are GOP candidates' enemy, Jason Jones takes a look at ugly people, and Leymah Gbowee discusses the Liberian peace movement.
Nov 14 2011
Rick Perry draws a blank at the CNBC debate, The Best F#@king News Team Ever revels in Perry's brain fart, and Adam Sandler dishes on his family life.
Nov 10 2011
Herman Cain blames Democrats for his scandal; Republicans take a hit in Ohio, Arizona and Mississippi; and Nancy Pelosi shares her thoughts on Congress.
Nov 09 2011
John Corzine resigns as MF Global's CEO, and Bill Clinton discusses the U.S. economy and provides a detailed plan for its recovery in "Back to Work."
Nov 08 2011
Herman Cain blames the media, Sean Hannity accuses NPR of having a liberal political agenda, and Clint Eastwood discusses J. Edgar Hoover's life.
Nov 07 2011
Occupy Oakland protesters vandalize businesses, Aasif Mandvi reports on killer hot dogs, and Brad Paisley recalls his musical heroes.
Nov 03 2011
Herman Cain discusses his sexual harassment case, Jon and the Best F#@king News Team Ever debate conservative black superiority, and Tom Brokaw wants to rebuild America.
Nov 02 2011
Fox News defends the rich, John Hodgman calls for a celebration of the 1%, and Condoleezza Rice discusses the Bush administration.
Nov 01 2011
Herman Cain denies sexual harassment allegations, Rick Perry loosens up, Wyatt Cenac reports on a dead bill, and Mindy Kaling discusses her parents' concerns.
Oct 31 2011
Mitt Romney remains second in polls, Europe's financial crisis causes market volatility, and Andrew Napolitano thinks that the government is wrong.
Oct 27 2011
A Koch-funded study debunks Climategate, riot police raid Occupy Oakland, and Lisa Randall explores the implications of scientific research.
Oct 26 2011
Rick Perry and Herman Cain explain their jokes, Lewis Black examines the indoctrination of kids, and Walter Isaacson discusses his Steve Jobs biography.
Oct 25 2011
Rick Perry goes birther, Republicans dislike Barack Obama's decision to end the Iraq War, and Kevin Clash talks about being Elmo.
Oct 24 2011
Libyans celebrate Muammar al-Gaddafi's death, John Oliver rebrands Libya, and Richard Brookhiser discusses James Madison's impact on American politics.
Oct 20 2011
The Las Vegas GOP debate gets heated, Larry Wilmore considers Herman Cain's race card, and Al Sharpton discusses the impact of Occupy Wall Street.
Oct 19 2011
Republicans identify America's American enemy, John Oliver tries to join Occupy Wall Street, and Calvin Trillin talks political humor.
Oct 18 2011
Wyatt Cenac and Samantha Bee examine Mitt Romney's faith, Occupy Wall Street grows, and Ellen Schultz explains how American companies have decimated retiree benefit plans.
Oct 17 2011
Sarah Palin confirms she won't be running in 2012, Herman Cain shares his conspiracy theories, and Jason Sudeikis gives the inside scoop on "Saturday Night Live."
Oct 06 2011
Conservatives call Occupy Wall Street protesters anti-American, Florida votes to move its primary up, and Hugh Jackman boxes robots.
Oct 05 2011
Chris Christie restates his position, Mitt Romney flip-flops, ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr.'s song, and Michael Lewis discusses his travels as a financial disaster tourist.
Oct 04 2011
The U.S. military kills Anwar al-Awlaki, Herman Cain talks about Rick Perry's ranch, and Thomas Friedman discusses America's role in the global market.
Oct 03 2011

Season 16

124 Episodes

An NYPD officer pepper-sprays protestors, the NRA unveils a conspiracy theory, and Tony Bennett collaborates with young artists on "Duets II."
Sep 29 2011
Pundits interpret Chris Christie's message, Sarah Palin weighs the presidential pros and cons, and Bill O'Reilly talks job creator taxes.
Sep 28 2011
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Barack Obama gets heckled in Hollywood, Larry Wilmore discusses the black vote, and Seth Rogen explores the lighter side of cancer.
Sep 27 2011
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Rick Santorum thinks sex is a non-issue, the GOP calls for Chris Christie to run for president, and Ron Paul delivers his political message.
Sep 26 2011
John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi fight over sacred ground, Lewis Black evaluates the threats American kids face, and Jennifer Granholm discusses America's economic future.
Sep 22 2011
Barack Obama presents his tax plan, the super rich risk extinction, and Mitch Daniels discusses the American economy.
Sep 21 2011
Jason Jones reports on the end of "don't ask, don't tell"; Wyatt Cenac examines America's loss of UFOs to China; and Ron Suskind evaluates Barack Obama's confidence.
Sep 20 2011
Congress investigates the Solyndra scandal, Kristen Schaal unveils her pro-vagina campaign products, and Caroline Kennedy commemorates her parents' legacy.
Sep 15 2011
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Dick Cheney's medical equipment humanizes him, the Democrats lose a congressional seat, and Common tries to make sense of it all in his memoir.
Sep 14 2011
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CNN and the Tea Party team up, Rick Perry gets a beatdown, and Jim Lehrer discusses the tensions of presidential debates.
Sep 13 2011
Barack Obama hits congressional Republicans with his jobs speech, America should settle for a campaign-driven economy, and Admiral Mike Mullen discusses the troops.
Sep 12 2011
GOP candidates square off at the presidential debate, Rick Perry rickrolls Mitt Romney, and Marion Cotillard discusses her fear of contagion.
Sep 08 2011
Mitt Romney and Rick Perry battle it out, the U.S. Postal Service faces bankruptcy, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores the terrifying effects of the World Trade Center's dust.
Sep 07 2011
The media scrutinizes Barack Obama's speech scheduling, James Hoffa Jr. upsets conservatives, and Buddy Roemer discusses his presidential candidacy.
Sep 06 2011
Warren Buffett enters the "class warfare" fray, Fitch downgrades New Jersey's credit rating, and Anne Hathaway talks Scrabble strategy.
Aug 18 2011
The media shifts its focus to Paul Ryan, John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac explore racial language in politics, and Michael Steele discusses the field of GOP candidates.
Aug 17 2011
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The media loves Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry hits on America, John Hodgman rethinks bookstores, and veteran firefighter Matt Long survived being crushed by a bus.
Aug 16 2011
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Michele Bachmann wins the Iowa straw poll, Rick Perry announces his presidential candidacy, and Ali Velshi knows how to speak money.
Aug 15 2011
The Best F#@king News Team covers the Iowa straw poll, Megyn Kelly comes back fighting, and Michael Wallis reveals the real David Crockett.
Aug 11 2011
Wisconsin's populist-off comes to a head, Larry Wilmore wants Barack Obama to go blacker, and John Coffee pins down credit rating agencies.
Aug 10 2011
Looters queue up in the U.K., Europe needs a war to cling to, and Jay Bahadur gets the pirates of Somalia talking.
Aug 09 2011
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America's credit gets downgraded, John Oliver tells the single greatest story he's ever heard, and Mark Adams turns right at Machu Picchu.
Aug 08 2011
Jon gives Barack Obama a birthday present, Jason Jones survives a vasectomy, and Senator Dick Durbin understands America's disappointment in Congress.
Aug 04 2011
A congressional super committee answers America's prayers, Wyatt Cenac interprets public sentiment, and Austan Goolsbee finds it hard to work in Washington.
Aug 03 2011
Joe Biden charges his Secret Servicemen rent, Aasif Mandvi explores the effects of wind farming on Florida's ducks, and Jason Bateman talks R-rated body swaps.
Aug 02 2011
Congress reaches a budget deal that Tea Partiers don't like, Jon salutes the troops he met in Afghanistan, and Freida Pinto talks apes.
Aug 01 2011
Congressional Republicans try to rev support for John Boehner's debt ceiling plan with a clip from "The Town," and Peter Tomsen discusses the wars of Afghanistan.
Jul 28 2011
Conservatives in America live a lonely life of persecution, and Rachel Weisz discusses filming "The Whistleblower" in Romania.
Jul 27 2011
Barack Obama urges Americans to call their members of Congress about the debt crisis, and Juan Williams discusses the assault on honest debate.
Jul 26 2011
Wyatt Cenac proves his commitment to weather reporting, Samantha Bee and Jason Jones interview gay newlyweds, and Neil Patrick Harris talks Smurf sex and circus tricks.
Jul 25 2011
A battle for survival rages among GOP presidential candidates, Allen West doesn't hate women, and Scott Miller discusses William McKinley's ill-liked, anarchist assassin.
Jul 21 2011
Rupert Murdoch throws his employees under the bus, his wife pummels a pie-wielding idiot, and Steve Carell loves his papa bear.
Jul 20 2011
The Murdoch scandal turns ugly, and Pervez Musharraf enjoys a beverage and converses about Pakistan.
Jul 19 2011
Barack Obama breaks out his I-mean-business podium and sets a deadline to solve the debt ceiling crisis, and Daniel Radcliffe talks about the last "Harry Potter" movie.
Jul 18 2011
The ongoing debt ceiling negotiations get heated, and Leroy Petry demonstrates his robotic hand.
Jul 14 2011
Jerry Seinfeld helps Jon repress his urge to make gay jokes about Marcus Bachmann, and Matthew Richardson reveals his plan to solve America's mortgage crisis.
Jul 13 2011
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China might repossess America if Republicans and Democrats don't come to an agreement over the debt crisis, and Kid Rock is a responsible parent with his own brand of beer.
Jul 12 2011
Aasif Mandvi finds out why America's birds are dying, and Denis Leary talks about potato Vodka.
Jul 11 2011
Mark Halperin calls Barack Obama a dick, and Bill Kristol discusses American war strategy in Afghanistan.
Jun 30 2011
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Democrats and Republicans can't agree on the debt ceiling, and Tom Hanks discusses his movie "Larry Crowne."
Jun 29 2011
Rod Blagojevich has much to look forward to in prison, and Louis C.K. deconstructs fart jokes.
Jun 28 2011
New York legalizes gay marriage, and Jennifer Aniston talks about her movie, "Horrible Bosses."
Jun 27 2011
John Hodgman battles hackers on their own turf, and Bruce Headlam discusses "Page One."
Jun 23 2011
Greece protests proposed austerity measures, and Mitchell Zuckoff recounts an unlikely WWII rescue.
Jun 22 2011
PolitiFact checks Fox News for false statements, and Cameron Diaz removes Jon's stitches.
Jun 21 2011
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Sam Bee reports on the smoking ban in NYC parks, and Ray Nagin discusses Hurricane Katrina.
Jun 20 2011
Barack Obama visits Puerto Rico, and Trey Parker and Matt Stone become the Broadway establishment.
Jun 15 2011
Republican hopefuls gather for their second debate, and J.J. Abrams talks about writing for TV.
Jun 14 2011
Nancy Pelosi calls on Anthony Weiner to resign, and Alex Prud'homme discusses water pollution.
Jun 13 2011
Jon spins the penis wheel, and Howard Wasdin talks about SEAL Team Six.
Jun 09 2011
Anthony Weiner apologizes to Bill Clinton, and Larry King prepares for his European stand-up tour.
Jun 08 2011
John Oliver promises to mock Anthony Weiner, and Fareed Zakaria discusses American labor.
Jun 07 2011
Sarah Palin offers her version of Paul Revere, and Maziar Bahari recounts his Iranian imprisonment.
Jun 06 2011
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Eric Cantor wants to justify tornado relief, and Tim Tebow talks about his missionary parents.
Jun 02 2011
Donald Trump eats his pizza with a fork, and Bill Moyers discusses good journalism.
Jun 01 2011
Sarah Palin takes a bus tour with her family, and Jimmy Fallon reads a thank you note.
May 31 2011
John Hodgman creates a Bin Laden conspiracy theory, and Lisa P. Jackson addresses EPA criticism.
May 19 2011
Newt Gingrich outrages Republicans, and Richard Beeman discusses religion in government.
May 18 2011
Al Madrigal weighs in on immigration reform, and Annie Jacobsen talks about Area 51.
May 17 2011
Osama bin Laden's porn stash is discovered, and Jon Ronson talks about psychopaths.
May 16 2011
Newt Gingrich announces his candidacy on Twitter, and Kristen Wiig talks about "Bridesmaids."
May 12 2011
Common causes controversy, and Albert Brooks talks about his Kate Middleton obsession.
May 11 2011
Republicans take credit for Bin Laden's death, and Will Ferrell simulates sex with a baseball bat.
May 10 2011
Jason Jones visits the gayest city in America, and Keira Knightley learns about the Santorum.
May 09 2011
Donald Trump steals the crazy oxygen from Sarah Palin, and Jon Meacham discusses the Civil War.
May 05 2011
The White House hides the Bin Laden photo, and David Barton discusses religion in the Constitution.
May 04 2011
A royal wedding simulation reveals the consummation, and Rachel Maddow discusses Bin Laden's death.
May 03 2011
The U.S. kills Osama bin Laden, and Philip K. Howard explains why the government can't make choices.
May 02 2011
John Oliver talks to British taxpayers about the wedding, and William Cohan discusses Goldman Sachs.
Apr 28 2011
Obama releases his long-form birth certificate, and Bernie Sanders fights for workers' rights.
Apr 27 2011
Olivia Munn looks into tiger mothering, and Elizabeth Warren wants to protect consumers.
Apr 26 2011
John Oliver highlights royal wedding coverage, and Gigi Ibrahim talks about the Egyptian uprising.
Apr 25 2011
The comedian talks about his new HBO special with Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Louis C.K.
Apr 14 2011
The actor and comedian discusses his role in the upcoming animated film.
Apr 13 2011
The governor of Massachusetts discusses his rise from poverty and what gives him hope for America's future.
Apr 12 2011
The rock band visits to perform a song from their latest album.
Apr 11 2011
The chef talks about healthy cooking habits and the upcoming season of his Emmy-winning series.
Apr 07 2011
The former governor of Arkansas discusses his views on government, families and his latest book.
Apr 06 2011
The comedian discusses his one-man Broadway show and special on HBO.
Apr 05 2011
The comedian and actor discusses his role as a vampire in an upcoming Funny Or Die short.
Apr 04 2011
CIA operatives might arm Libyan rebels, and Norm Macdonald wants to blow up his stupid high school.
Mar 31 2011
Republicans appeal to their narrow base, and Jake Gyllenhaal considers marrying a stranger.
Mar 30 2011
Joe Biden works the room at a war speech, and Miguel Nicolelis helps paralyzed people walk again.
Mar 29 2011
Republicans want to lower the corporate tax rate, and Mansour O. El-Kikhia discusses Libya.
Mar 28 2011
Mar 24 2011
Mar 23 2011
The author of "The Savage City" discusses his new book about murder and corruption in New York City during the 1960s and 70s.
Mar 22 2011
Author, "Unfamiliar Fishes." The author discusses her new book about American colonization of Hawaii in the 1800s.
Mar 21 2011
'South Park,' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Mar 10 2011
From 'Battle: Los Angeles,' actor Aaron Eckhart.
Mar 09 2011
Author Brian Christian ('The Most Human Human: What Talking with Computers Teaches Us About What It Means to Be Alive').
Mar 08 2011
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Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
Mar 07 2011
Mar 03 2011
Mar 02 2011
Prince Zeid Ra'ad Representative, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan The U.N. representative of Jordan discusses King Abdullah II's new book, "Our Last Best Chance."
Mar 01 2011
CNN anchors take viewer requests, and Howard Stern hopes to talk to Charlie Sheen.
Feb 28 2011
Feb 24 2011
Feb 23 2011
Feb 22 2011
Lisa Ling 16x25
Feb 21 2011
Feb 17 2011
Anchor and Managing Editor, NBC Nightly News. The award-winning journalist and friend-of-the-show stops by.
Feb 16 2011
Feb 15 2011
Feb 14 2011
Justin Bieber switches bodies with Jon, and Mike Mullen talks about the crisis in Egypt.
Feb 03 2011
Republicans close the rape loophole, and Matthew Perry talks about his happy friend.
Feb 02 2011
Conservatives turn into political hypochondriacs, and Michael Steele must prove his identity.
Feb 01 2011
Egyptian forces use American tear gas canisters, and Bill Gates works on curing polio.
Jan 31 2011
Bill O'Reilly defends his Nazi analogies, and T. Boone Pickens wants America on an energy plan.
Jan 27 2011
Michele Bachmann looks off camera, and Jonathan Alter examines Obama's plans for the future.
Jan 26 2011
A reporter searches for homeless talent, and Jon composes an ode to James Franco's Oscar nomination.
Jan 25 2011
Wyatt Cenac dons a parrot suit in Mississippi, and Anand Giridharadas tells Jon the truth.
Jan 24 2011
Steve Cohen compares Republicans to Nazis, and Kambiz Hosseini and Saman Arbabi call Jon a prophet.
Jan 20 2011
Glenn Beck appears on the "Today" show, and Paul Clemens discusses blue-collar decline.
Jan 19 2011
Jon promises Sarah Palin a classy conversation and reveals his love for Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Jan 18 2011
Michael Steele steps down as RNC chairman, and Peter Bergen talks about progress in Afghanistan.
Jan 17 2011
John Hodgman makes NASCAR more exciting, and Ron Howard shares his enthusiasm for show business.
Jan 13 2011
Members of Congress introduce gun legislation, and Tim Pawlenty defends Republican rhetoric.
Jan 12 2011
John Oliver celebrates Verizon's iPhone announcement, and Colin Firth talks about "The King's Speech."
Jan 11 2011
John Oliver reports on the Arizona shootings in his PJs, and Denis Leary discusses "Suck on This Year."
Jan 10 2011
Facebook refuses to disclose its financial results, and Patton Oswalt uses a prisoner ghostwriter.
Jan 06 2011
John McCain gets cranky, and Jimmy Wales imagines Wikipedia's relevance in 500 years.
Jan 05 2011
Republicans focus on 2010 issues, and Kirsten Gillibrand wants to reform the Senate filibuster rules.
Jan 04 2011
The media calls Barack Obama the "comeback kid," and Paul Giamatti says "rapscallion."
Jan 03 2011

Season 15

161 Episodes

Dec 16 2010
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Dec 15 2010
Dec 14 2010
John Oliver and Olivia Munn sell riot souvenirs, and Gordon Brown discusses the financial crisis.
Dec 13 2010
Author Edmund Morris discusses Teddy Roosevelt.
Dec 09 2010
Actor, "Blue Valentine"
Dec 08 2010
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Creator, "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Special" The actor and director talks about his latest Star Wars parody.
Dec 07 2010
In this complete, unedited interview, Hugh Shelton discusses Julian Assange's threat to national security and expresses his concerns over the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell."
Dec 06 2010
Dec 02 2010
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Musician, "Live in Berlin"
Dec 01 2010
Nov 30 2010
The actor and comedian discusses the most important book in karate history, which he just wrote.
Nov 29 2010
Nov 18 2010
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Nov 17 2010
Nov 16 2010
The former Olympic track star talks about finding a road to redemption after her career-ending performance enhancing drug conviction.
Nov 15 2010
Rosario Dawson: Actor, "Unstoppable"
Nov 11 2010
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Mick Foley: Author, "Countdown to Lockdown"
Nov 10 2010
Harrison Ford: Actor, "Morning Glory" The acclaimed movie star returns to the show to talk about his latest film.
Nov 09 2010
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Rick Perry: Author, "Fed Up!" The Texas governor discusses his new book about the failure of Washington to serve the people.
Nov 08 2010
Nov 04 2010
Nov 03 2010
Nov 02 2010
Nov 01 2010
Oct 28 2010
President of the United States
Oct 27 2010
The former Joe Biden staffer talks about his brief term in the Senate and what will happen to the Democrats after November 2.
Oct 26 2010
Chariman, President's Council of Economic Adviser. The economist and former journalist discusses the administration's plan for restoring the economy.
Oct 25 2010
Oct 14 2010
Author, "Condoleezza Rice"
Oct 13 2010
The House minority whip discusses his book promoting the new generation of Republican leaders.
Oct 12 2010
Oct 11 2010
Naomi Watts, Actor, "Fair Game"
Oct 07 2010
Philip Dray, Author, "There is Power in a Union"
Oct 06 2010
Oct 05 2010