On tonight's show: indecision of Congress, media bashed president Obama for his latte salute, Jason Jones on Redskins controversy.
Tonight's guest author Steven Johnson talks about his new book "How We Got to Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World" and his show on PBS "How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson".moreless
On tonight's show: Mid-term elections political adds, excitement over Alibaba.com.
Tonight's guest animal rights advocate Tia Torres talks about her show on Animal Planet "Pit Bulls & Parolees" and her work with pit bulls.
On tonight's show: airstrikes against ISIS.
Tonight's guest former Commander in Chief of the U.S. Central Command General Tony Zinni talks about his new book "Before the First Shots Are Fired: How America Can Win or Lose Off the Battlefield".
On tonight's show: Climate Change March in Ney York City, Climate Change awarness discussion in the US House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology, security breach at the White House.
Tonight's guest investigative reporter Jenny Nordberg talks about her book "The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of a Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan".moreless
On tonight's show: Joe Biden's racial slur and the Daily Show's team says goodbye to Michael Che.
Tonight's guest former president of the USA Bill Clinton talks about the Clinton Global Initiative.
On tonight's show: NFL's image takes another hit, ISIS and Ebola.
Tonight's guest law professor and author Zephyr Teachout talks about her book "Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United".
On tonight's show: will Hillary Clinton run for president? Michael Che investigates the pharmaceutical drugs and pharmaceutical companies.
Tonight's guest actor and comedian Bill Hader promotes his new movie "The Skeleton Twins".
On tonight's show: war with ISIS, Samantha Bee on Senator Graham's fear of everything.
Tonight's guest filmmaker and producer Ken Burns introduces his new movie "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History".
On tonight's show: countries unite to fight ISIS, Jordan Klepper reports on the results of Obamacare.
Tonight's guest Tavis Smiley talks about his award-winning PBS interview program "Tavis Smiley" and his new book "Death of a King: The Real Story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Year".
On tonight's show: NFL changes Ray Rice's punishment for beating his then fiancee, Scotland's about to vote on whether to break from UK.
Tonight's guest is the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon.
On tonight's show: more on ISIS and Al Qaeda raises its head in India.
Tonight's guest New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand talks about her new book "Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World".
On tonight's show: will the republicans re-take the senate?, negative campaign adds, Michael Che investigates the issue of the invasion of immigrant children.
Tonight's guest singer Adam Levine promotes his band's Maroon 5's new album "V".
On tonight's show: FBI is investigating the celebrity hacking, Russia vs Ukraine.
Tonight's guest documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy talks about her new movie "Last Days in Vietnam".
On tonight's show: sexism in the senate, Eric Cantor's new job.
Tonight's guest British-Iranian journalist and author Ramita Navai talks about her new book "City of Lies: Love, Sex, Death, and the Search for Truth in Tehran".
On tonight's show: Rick Perry controversy, Jason Jones reports on friendship between Germany and US.
Tonight's guest stand-up comedian and host of the podcast "The Todd Glass Show" Todd Glass talks about his memoir "The Todd Glass Situation: A Bunch of Lies about My Personal Life and a Bunch of True Stories about My 30-Year Career in Stand-Up Comedy".moreless
On tonight's show: what do we know of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), Michael Sam is settling into St. Louis Rams.
Tonight's guest Hassan Abbas talks about his book "The Taliban Revival: Violence and Extremism on the Pakistan-Afghanistan Frontier".
On tonight's show: Jon Stewart does the Ferguson protest challenge, Fox News' response to Michael Brown's death, race/off.
Tonight's guest scientist and inventor David Rose talks about his book "Enchanted Objects: Design, Human Desire, and the Internet of Things".
On tonight's show: former governor Bob McDonnell and his wife are facing corruption charges and Rand Paul is running for president?.
Tonight's guest documentary filmmaker Tracy Droz Tragos discusses her new movie "Rich Hill".
On tonight's show: republicans fight it out in the Kansas and Kentucky primaries.
Tonight's guest the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan promotes its new album "A Better Tomorrow". The band talks about reuniting to do the 20th anniversary album and performs two songs from that album "Ron O'Neal" and "Triumph".
On tonight's show: Ebola outbreak and Michael Che investigates the brand-name loyalty.
Tonight's guest journalist Helen Thorpe talks about her new book "Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War".
On tonight's show: child immigration crisis still not solved.
Tonight's guest actress Elisabeth Moss talks about her new movie "The One I Love".
On tonight's show: Israel and Hamas agree to cease fire for 72 hours, Congress chooses how to spend the time before summer recess and NFL star Ray Rice punches his fiancee in the face.
Tonight's guest comedian and actress Aubrey Plaza promotes her new movie "Life After Beth".
On tonight's show: corporate taxe evaders and Jordan Klepper reports on journalism in today's world.
Tonight's guest actress Maggie Gyllenhaal talks about her new tv mini-series "The Honourable Woman".
On tonight's episode: USA gives military aid to the Middle East and LetsBuyCNN.com Kickstarter campaign update.
Tonight's guest former correspondent for Russia Today Sara Firth talks about her time in Russia Today.
On tonight's show: Spiderman punches a police officer in New York, cops and illegal chokehold, conflict in Middle-East continues.
Tonight's guest journalist Sonia Nazario talks about her book "Enrique's Journey".
On tonight's show: Bill de Blasio gets caught eating pizza with fork again, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and corruption in Albany, Japanese artist breaks obscenity laws.
Tonight's guest journalist Fareed Zakaria talks about diplomacy in a changing world.
On tonight's show: Obamacare takes a blow and summer news cycle has been boring so far.
Tonight's guest actor George Takei talks about the documentary made of him "To Be Takei".
On tonight's show: John McCain disses Jon Stewart, Rupert Murdoch wants to own Time Warner and Jordan Klepper reports on victims of civil forfeiture.
Tonight's guest Richard Linklater talks about his new movie "Boyhood".
On tonight's show: conflict between Israel and Pakistan divides people, tensions escalate after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is shut down over Ukraine.
Tonight's guest journalist Sue Turton discusses Egyptian trial of several Al Jazeera journalists including her.
On tonight's show: republicans want to impeach president Obama and Jessica Williams investigates a new Army regulation that targets black women's hair.
Tonight's guest actress Emma Stone talks about her new movie "Magic in the Moonlight".
On tonight's show: the federal Highway Trust Fund has run dry and CIA's cafeteria secrets revealed.
Tonight's guest is actor Jerry Seinfeld.
On tonight's show: child immigrants flood the US.
Tonight's guest politician Hillary Clinton talks about her memoir "Hard Choices".
On tonight's show: border troubles, ISIS and the Middle East, Israel-Gaza conflict deepens, CDC lost tubes of smallpox virus, Jessica Williams and Jason Jones report on the ruling of the Hobby Lobby case.
Tonight's guest journalist Dahlia Lithwick talks about Supreme Court.
On tonight's show: republicans on domestic spending and military intervention and Samantha Bee reports on teens working on tobacco fields.
Tonight's guest comedian and actress Melissa McCarthy talks about her new movie "Tammy".
On tonight's show: two elderly incumbents win re-election and campus safety do's and don'ts.
Tonight's guest actress Keira Knightley talks about her new movie "Begin Again".
On tonight's show: struggling IRS, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden rally for support.
Tonight's guest actress Jennifer Esposito talks about her book "Jennifer's Way: My Journey with Celiac Disease -- What Doctors Don't Tell You and How You Can Learn to Live Again".
On tonight's show: more news from Iraq about ISIS, president Obama sends troops to Iraq and the Egyptian court convicts three Al-Jazeera journalists.
Tonight's guest a comedian, writer and producer Bill Maher talks about his comedic talk show about politics and culture in HBO "Real Time with Bill Maher".
On tonight's show: Redskins trademark revoked by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Japan's new bill outlaws the possession of child pornography and republican's still find the ways to deny the climate change.
Tonight's guest the former Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations Hamid Al-Bayati talks about the situation in Iraq.moreless
On tonight's show: news from Libya, CNN and Fox News both had exclusive interviews with Hillary Clinton, Al Madrigal reports on cockfighting and chicken boxing in Louisiana.
Tonight's guest stand-up comedian and actor Kevin Hart talks about his new movie "Think Like a Man Too".
On tonight's show: fight for same-sex marriage in Fargo, The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals ruled that an Alabama law criminalizing consensual homosexual conduct is unconstitutional, Texas is trying to "cure" gay people with reparative therapy and Donald Trump vs Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Tonight's guest journalist and writer Daniel Schulman talks about his new book "Sons of Wichita: How the Koch Brothers Became America's Most Powerful and Private Dynasty".moreless
On tonight's show: Iraq War supporters come together once more and Iran vs Saudi-Arabia.
Tonight's guest chairman, president and chief executive officer of Starbucks Howard Schultz talks about his business.
On tonight's show: much of Iraq has been overtaken by the militant group ISIS and Jason Jones probes into the world of Google Glass users.
Tonight's guest actor Christopher Walken talks about his new movie "Jersey Boys".
On tonight's show: house majority leader Eric Cantor surprisingly loses his primary election in Virginia, another school shooting and incidents that ended better than expected.
Tonight's guest senator Charles Schumer talks about passing bills.
On tonight's show: Congress and VA (Department of Veterans Affairs) face off at the late night hearing, Jordan Klepper reports how unionizing would affect college athletes.
Tonight's guest Sebastian Junger talks about his new documentary "Korengal".
On tonight's show: Fox News' reaction to Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's release from Taliban prison and sergeant's father's beard.
Tonight's guest Philip K. Howard talks about his new book "The Rule of Nobody: Saving America from Dead Laws and Broken Government".
On tonight's show: Texas, NRA and open carry policy, 2nd amendment manners do's and don'ts.
Tonight's guest actor Tom Cruise talks about his new movie "Edge of Tomorrow".
On tonight's show: syrian presidential election and republicans and their myopic views.
Tonight's guest journalist and socialist activist Gihan Ibrahim talks about Egyptian politics.
On tonight's show: Taliban releases US army seargeant after 5 years of captivity and it's response, Herman Cain is considering to run for president again.
Tonight's guest Ricky Gervais talks about his new show "Derek".
On tonight's show: news from Egypt, another mass shooting in US and Samantha Bee's report on science denial.
Tonight's guest actor Robert DeNiro talks about the documentary about his father "Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr."
On tonight's show: discussion on VA's (Department of Veterans Affairs) crisis continues and Jason Jones' final report from India.
Tonight's guest actress Drew Barrymore talks about her new movie "Blended".
On tonight's show: Jon Stewart apologizes, Tea Party's defeat in primaries and Jason Jones continues reporting from India.
Tonight's guest Timothy Geithner talks about his book "Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises".
On tonight's show: Chipotle restaurants ban guns at their establishments, smart gun debate, spreading of MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome) virus, ice is melting in Arctica and Shake Shack's bad burgers.
Tonight's guest Aneesh Chopra talks about his book "Innovative State: How New Technologies Can Transform Government".
On tonight's show: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) screws up again and Jason Jones continues to report on Indian elections.
Tonight's guest actor James McAvoy talks about his role in "X-Men: Days of Future Past".
On tonight's show: prime minister elections in India, Jason Jones meets India's ambassador in New York and visits Delhi, India, aging incumbents continue to run for Congress and win.
Tonight's guest actor Jim Parsons talks about his new role in "The Normal Heart".
On tonight's show: Beyonce's sister Solange attacks Jay-Z and Jessica Williams explains the video, Lewis Black talks about the latest scientific breakthroughs in anti-aging in his segment "Back in Black with Lewis Black".
Tonight's guest Blondie promotes it's new double album "Blondie 4(0)-Ever: Greatest Hits: Deluxe Redux / Ghosts of Download." The band performs two songs from that album "Sugar on the Side" and "One Way or Another".moreless
On tonight's show: Senator Harry Reid calls out Koch brothers, Donald Sterling keeps talking and Karl Rove on Hillary Clinton's health scare on 2012.
Tonight's guest Ron Suskind talks about his new book "Life, Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism".
On tonight's show: hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by a terrorist group, Michael Sam's kiss to his boyfriend sparks some hateful comments and Donald Sterling apologizes for his words of intolerance.
Tonight's guest Dr. Martin Blaser talks about his book "Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics Is Fueling Our Modern Plagues".moreless
On tonight's show: New York State senate's yogurt discussion, bidding war for Los Angeles Clippers and John Hodgman wants to acquire LA Clippers.
Tonight's guest Katie Couric will promote her documentary "Fed Up".
On tonight's show: 2016 election predictions (Bush, Clinton, Perry, Romney) and Jordan Klepper reports on environmental pollution in West Virginia.
Tonight's guest actor Seth Rogen will talk about his latest movie "Neighbors".
On tonight's show: war on banks and bankers, Samantha Bee on Occupy Wall Street and Texas recognises same-sex divorce.
Tonight's guest professor of Yale Law School Peter Schuck will talk about his new book "Why Government Fails So Often: And How It Can Do Better".
On tonight's show: new news on Benghazi, Fox News' outrage and Jordan Klepper reports on the South Carolina primaries.
Tonight's guest former relief pitcher for the New York Yankees Mariano Rivera will talk about his book "The Closer".
On tonight's show: Fox News' obsession with Beyonce and news of Toronto mayor Rob Ford.
Tonight's guest stand-up comedian and actor David Spade talks about his new stand-up special for Comedy Central "David Spade: My Fake Problems".
On tonight's show: IRS employees owe back taxes to IRS (Internal Revenue Service), SSA (Social Security Administration) seizes tax refunds to pay up old debts, VA (Department of Veteran Affairs) screws up and FBI arrested congressman Michael Grimm for corruption.
Tonight's guests professors of politics Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page talk about their study "Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups , and Average Citizens".moreless
On tonight's show: speeches made at the NRA (National Rifle Association of America) convention and Jordan Klepper reports on high cost of shooting people.
Tonight's guest contributing editor at Vanity Fair William D. Cohan promotes his new book "The Price of Silence: The Duke Lacrosse Scandal, the Power of the Elite, and the Corruption of Our Great Universities".moreless
On tonight's show: Racism in America, Larry Wilmore joins in the talk.
Tonight's guest former professional baseball player and coach Mookie Wilson talks about his memoir "Mookie: Life, Baseball, and the '86 Mets"
More news on Cliven Bundy, CNN gets advice from Jon Stewart on how to cover news, Prince William and Kate end their trip to Australia and John Oliver pops in to promote his show.
Tonight's guest is author Ramachandra Guha who will talk about his new book "Ghandi Before India".
Sean Hannity disses Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert stops by to say goodbye and shows his best moments from the show.
Today's guest is "Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts who will talk about her new book "Everybody's Got Something.
Hillary Clinton is going to be a grandmother, CIA interrogation report, women in politics are treated differently than men.
Tonight's guest is Senator Elizabeth Warren who will be talking about her new book "A Fighting Chance".
Cattle battle in Nevada, Fox's Sean Hannity and laws, situation in Ukraine, Snowden interviews Vladimir Putin.
Today's guest is the administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Gina McCarthy. She will be talking about environment with Jon Stewart.
Stephen Colbert takes over from Letterman, basketball championship ends and Jason Jones on campaign adds.
Tonight's guest is Jennifer Garner who will be talking about her new movie 'Draft Day'.
Crisis in Ukraine increases, Samantha Bee reports on Russia's plot to invade Brooklyn and Fox News on spring breakers.
Today's guest is actor Colin Firth who will be promoting his new movie "The Railway Man".
Healthcare.gov update, Al Madrigal on the Latino liberal media bias regarding ObamaCare and movie "Noah" disappoints religious moviegoers.
Actor and comedian Denis Leary stops by the show to talk to Jon about his new movie "Draft Day".
Bush's administration defends it's treatment of prisoners and Afghan voters overcome difficulties.
Today's guest journalist Matt Taibbi talks about his book "The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap."
Supreme Court's decision to allow more private money in election campaigns and Aasif Mandvi reports on money equals speech.
Brazilian soccer legend Pele sits down with Jon to talk about his memoir "Why Soccer Matters".
Problems with General Motors cars, John Hodgman talks about ways for rich people to hide their money and Samuel L. Jackson talks about his new movie "Captain America: The Winter Soldier".
CNN's coverage of missing Malaysia Airlanes jumbo jet.
Jon is joined by Michael Lewis to talk about his new book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt" and about (HFT) high-frequency trading and a Canadian hero, who founded fair trading company IEX.
Chris Christie's bridge scandal developments and government's corruption.
Actor Peter Dinklage stops by the show to talk about the new season of "Game of Thrones".
Women's History Month and Susan Patton, Kristen Schaal on Susan Patton's book "Marry Smart: Advice for Finding THE ONE" and Aasif Mandvi reports on fracking.
Tonight's guest political analyst Nate Silver talks about his new book "The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail — but Some Don't"
Hobby Lobby against ObamaCare, Jordan Klepper on corporations are religious people and Samantha Bee loves msnbc's "Morning Joe".
Tonight's guest actor Jude Law talks about his new movie "Dom Hemingway"
More on Russia's occupation in Crimea, Jessica Williams on Putin and Russia and best bits of #mcconnelling.
Tonight's guests are Amy Yates Wuelfing & Gibby Haynes. They will promote the book "No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes".
CNN's coverage on missing Malaysia Airlanes jumbo jet, Fox News disses CNN, hypocrisy of msnbc.com, Obama's nominates dr. Vivek Murthy for new surgeon general and pink weapons for girls.
Columnist Arianna Huffington, author of "Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder".
More on food stamp system and Fox News, the Daily Show has fun with Mitch McConnell's campaign add and Anita Hill talks about sexual harassment and the documentary made about her named "Anita".
C.I.A. is accused of hacking the congress's computers and deleting files, Samantha Bee reports on Medicare opponents's unfairness towards women and Jason Bateman pops in to talk about his new movie "Bad Words".
Loss of Crimea, Crimea's tactics against Russian troops, body language of Putin and Andrew Napolitano talks about slavery and Abraham Lincoln.
Overview of Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2014, anniversary of Pope Francis' pontificate and Paul Taylor talks about his new book "The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown".
Fox likes Vladimir Putin, Aasif Mandvi on American health care system and ObamaCare and Kimberly Marten talks about the crisis in Ukraine.
John Travolta's mistake makes the Twitterverse explode, veterans bill's rejection in senate, Afghani President Hamid Karzai criticizes USA and MSNBC host Rachel Maddow talks about her new documentary about the Iraq War "Why We Did It."
Misconception about food stamps, Connecticut wants government to buy diapers for low-income families with babies, Jessica Williams reports on racists dogs and racists computer.
Former South Carolina senator Jim DeMint talks about his book "Falling in Love with America Again".
Russia's aggression towards Ukraine, CNN gets it right and Seth MacFarlane talks about hosting the Oscars and his new novel "A Million Ways to Die in the West".
New money the bitcoin, Credit Suisse helped thousands of wealthy americans hide their money from IRS overseas, Goldman Sachs and uranium, Al Madrigal reports on ObamaCare and Kevin Roose talks about his new book "Young Money: Inside the Hidden World of Wall Street's Post-Crash Recruits".
Arizona's anti-gay laws, military downsizing and Liam Neeson talks about his new movie "Non-Stop".
News on Ukraine situation, capture of one of the most wanted mexican drug lord and Michio Kaku talks about his latest book "The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind".
Winter Olympics has come to an end, Jason Jones's last report from Sochi-ish, Larry Wilmore on Lincoln and slavery, Hooman Majd talks about his new book "The Ministry of Guidance Invites You to Not Stay: An American Family in Iran".
America's state legislatures of Kansas and Missouri, fast food news and Ronan Farrow talks about his education and getting a show on MSNBC.
Drones strikes on American soil, Jason Jones reports from Sochi-ish and David O. Russell talks about "American Hustle".
Murderer of Jordan Davis walks free, Volkswagen approves unions while republicans are against it and Kevin Spacey talks about his tv series "House of Cards".
More updates from Sochi Winter Olympic Games, Jason Jones reports on russians reaction to anti-gay laws, corruption is shown when choosing ambassadors and Joel Kinnaman talks about his new movie "RoboCop".
Bob Costas takes a night off due to eye infection, republicans are against immigration reform because democrats will get the credit, French President Francois Hollande visits USA alone and Elizabeth Kolbert talks about her new book "The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History".
Poor conditions in Sochi for Winter Olympics participants, Jason Jones visits Moscow, NFL prospect Michael Sam reveals his gay and Tim Burrell talks about his new animation movie "Mr. Peabody & Sherman".
The Congressional Budget Office's report is out, Coca-Cola's Super Bowl commercial controversy and Robyn Doolittle talks about her book "Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story".
Syrian peace talks in Geneva, Al Qaeda split, Jason Jones reports on Koch's AFP's attack ads in Coralville, Iowa.
George Clooney talks about his new movie "The Monuments Men".
President Obama vs Bill O'Reilly and Fox News, China on the Moon and Elizabeth Banks talks about her new movie "The Lego Movie" and shoes.
Little bit of Super Bowl, news team covers the New York snow cleanup, Chris Christie's bridge closing scandal continues and Bill de Blasio talks about his new job as mayor of New York.
Lindsey Graham's response to president's State of the Union speech, snowstorm in Atlanta, more bad news about Toronto mayor Rob Ford and senator Nancy Pelosi disputes the notion that government is inherently corrupt.
More on president's State of the Union address and how Republicans responded. Johnny Knoxville talks about his Oscar nominated film "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa".
State of the Union address, Samantha Bee investigates the economic effects of raising the minimum wage, Lewis Black talks about the Winter Olympics and Russia in his segment "Back in Black with Lewis Black" and Louis C.K. discusses his movie "Tomorrow Night".
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's comment insults Sean Hannity, MSNBC interrupts a national security expert Jane Harman to report on Justin Bieber's arrest, senator Ted Cruz denies being part of government shut down, Obama's Norway ambassador blunder, white doves released by Pope were attacked by a seagull and by a black crow and Jeff Garlin talks about his tv show "The Goldbergs".moreless
Rich and powerful gather at Switzerland for the Annual World Economic Forum, news from Geneva about peace conference on Syria, Google Alert on Google and Anjan Sundaram talks about his book "Stringer: A Reporter's Journey in the Congo".
Mayor of Toronto back to his old tricks, Virginia vs New Jersey- which one is more corrupt?, The New Adventures of Old Christie by Jessica Williams, Comedy Central Presents The First Annual Wilmore Awards by Larry Wilmore and Hari Sreenivasan talks about his job as an anchor of PBS NewsHour Weekend.moreless
Discrimination of gays in Sochi Olympics, Jason Jones reports on dishonorably discharged Vietnam veterans with PTSD and Theresa Payton talks about her new book "Privacy in the Age of Big Data".
President Obama's speech about N.S.A.'s survaillance criteria changes, shortage of the Super Bowl snacks and Marilynne Roach talks about her new book on Salem Witch Trails "Six Women of Salem: The Untold Story of the Accused and Their Accusers in the Salem Witch Trials".
Jon Stewart's Thumbs up, women! segment, marriage equality in Utah and Oklahoma and Steven Brill talks about healt care cost and his article in Time Magazine "Bitter pill".
Iran's nuclear deal, Justin Bieber's egging scandal and Robert M. Gates talks about his book "Duty:Memoirs of a Secretary at War".
Chris Christie scandal continues, Hillary's Hit List, Samantha Bee on Fox's panel show The Five and Tim Gunn talks about his new show "Under the Gunn".
West Virginia's tab water contamination, New York mayor Bill de Blasio's pizza eating habits and Roger Ross Williams talks about his new documentary "God Loves Uganda".
The poor vs the rich, Chris Christie's apology and Scarlett Johansson talks about her new movie "Her".
Chris Christie's bridge closure scandal, New Jersey corruption, Aasif Mandvi reports on health insurance adds for young people and Richard Cordray talks about his job as a director of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Marijuana's legalization in Colorado, Marijuana vs Alcohol/Smokes etc. and Steve Coogan talks about his new movie "Philomena".
Weather reports, Global warming, Nuns against contraception insurance and Oscar Isaac talks about his new movie "Inside Llewyn Davis".
"News of the World" newspaper hacked the royals' phones, John Oliver joins the discussion and is surprised by Jon. "Duck Dynasty" controversy and Fox channel's "free speech" support. Jonah Hill talks about his new movie "The Wolf of Wall Street".
Lies of John Beale, IKEA France spies on employees and customers and Steve Carell, Will Ferrell, David Koechner and Paul Rudd talk about their new movie "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues".
Budget deal critics, new catchphrase of John Boehner, Jessica Williams reports on food stamp program's budget cuts and Erik Prince introduces his new book "Civilian Warriors".
Megyn Kelly and Santa Claus, "Knockout Game", China's space race to the Moon and Haifaa Al Mansour talks about her new movie "Wadjda".
War on Christmas, Lewis Black discusses future technology in "Back in Black with Lewis Black" and Evangeline Lilly talks about her new movie "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug".
Republicans and Democrats agree on a budget, Jason Jones on budget breakthrough and Reza Aslan talks about his new book "Zealot".
Low scores for USA on global exam, least productive congress in US history, Jason Jones reports on gridlock in congress, Obama and Raul Castro shake hands at Nelson Mandela's memorial, Amy Adams on her new movies "American Hustle" and "Her".
NSA surveillance controversy, Aasif Mandvi as Greychalk, tributes (and criticism) to Nelson Mandela, Husain Haqqani talks about his book "Magnificent Delusions".
Fast food workers strike, John Hoghman on New York City's new mayor and Jorge Ramos talks about his new show "AMERICA with Jorge Ramos".
Corporations are people too, Samantha Bee tries to find out why no one covered the Blackstone scandal and Jehane Noujaim talks about her new documentary "The Square".
Sharia Law discussion, War on Christmas, RNC takes back its tweet and Jared Leto talks about his new movie "Dallas Buyers Club".
HealthCare.gov news, Gaywatch, Sir Ian McKellan talks about his new movies "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug".
Senate voted to change filibuster rules, Thanksgiving news, Jessica Williams reports on racial profiling of shoppers, Jennifer Lawrence talks about her new movie "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire".
Lash back on Jon's Chicago Pizza rant, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria owner Marc Malnati stops by, Tom Brokaw talks about his new documentary "Where Were You: The Day JFK Died" and the book that goes with it.
More news from Mayor of Toronto front, Jessica Williams talks to Mayor Rob Ford supporters, Qatar's vagina shaped stadium, Bill Cosby talks about his new stand-up show "...far from finished".
Fox compares President Obama's healthcare.gov to George Bush's Katrinagate, News team tries to come up with better comparisons, Hallmark changed the lyrics of 'Deck the Halls', Gay Marriage legal in Hawaii, Elizabeth Olsen talks about her new movie "Oldboy".
HealthCare website news, Mayor of Toronto in front of the Toronto City Council, Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about science and science fiction, Geoffrey Rush talks about his new movie "The Book Thief".
The news team discuss "Racist or Not Racist", Key and Peele join the segment; Chicago Willis Tower vs New York Freedom Tower, Jon defends New York pizza, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele talk about their show "Key & Peele".
News from Iran negotiations, Medical experts on tv and Joe Scarborough talks about his new book "The Right Path" and his show on MSNBC "Morning Joe".
60 minutes mishap and Lindsey Graham apology, Time Magazine jokes about Chris Christie's weight on their cover, Jason Jones on Colorado gun safety regulations and Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about her new book "The Bully Pulpit".
Video footage of Rob Ford on cocaine; NFL bullying scandal, The Daily Show's news team trio's tips on workplace conduct, Rand Paul denies plagiarism allegations and Patrick Stewart talks about his new Broadway productions "Waiting For Godot" and "No Man's Land".
De Blasio is now mayor of New York, Chris Christie was re-elected as governor of New Jersey, news team discusses the election results and what they'll bring, Jay-Z and Barney controversy, Monique Brinson Demery talks about her book "Finding the Dragon Lady".
More on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking a crack pipe scandal and ObamaCare. CNN's couch and John Goodman talks about his new movie "Alpha House".
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking a crack pipe scandal, New York gets on new mayer tomorrow, Al Madrigal reports on Virginia Governor's race and Bob Woodruff talks about "The Bob Woodruff Foundation".
Kathleen Sebelius hearing about Healthcare.gov problems, Fox on Jon Stewart and Mark Fainaru-Wada talks about his book "League of Denial".
Surveillance on allies continues, NSA and plausible denial, Google and new technology, Diane Ravitch talks about her book "Reign of Error".
CNN's "Good or Bad", Al Madrigal reports on Gay Marriage laws in Alabama and Mississippi, Debbie Wasserman Schultz talks about her book "For the Next Generation" and politics.
HealthCare website news, Congress discusses HealthCare website, President Obama has not been kept in the loop and Nick Offerman talks about his book "Paddle Your Own Canoe".
US drone strikes in Pakistan, NSA spies on its european allies, White House anonymous Twitter account and Chiwetel Ejiofor talks about his new movie "12 Years a Slave".
JP Morgan Chase settlement with Justice Department and the response, Aasif Mandvi reports on North Carolina Voter ID Laws and Charles Krauthammer talks about his new book "Things That Matter".
Real victims of government shutdown, Kristen Schaal on Halloween costumes for ladies and Malcolm Gladwell talks about his book "David and Goliath".
Glitches at healthcare.com, John Oliver tries to sign up for ObamaCare, Gay Marriages in New Jersey, Alan Greenspan talks about his book " The Map and the Territory".
26 states declined a federally subsidized Medicaid expansion, Aasif Mandvi reports on immigration reform and Brian Jay Jones talks about his new book "Jim Henson: The Biography".
Government shutdown continues, Fox News channel gets a new hub and Michael Fassbender talks about his new movie "12 Years a Slave".
Little bit more on government shutdown, happy news from Syria, Jason Jones tries to solve government shutdown, Malala Yousafzai talks about the importance of education.
Government Shutdown continues, Kathleen Sebelius talks about Affordable Care Act's rocky implementation and why the United States ended up with a market-based health care system.
Government Shutdown continues, Samantha Bee interviews republican Scott Rigell and Kerry Washington talks about the third season of "Scandal".
More on Government Shutdown, Lewis Black on Guido Barilla in "Back in Black" and Sandra Bullock talks about her new movie "Gravity".
Government Shutdown and what does it bring, Jason Jones's health care debate with ObamaCare supporter and ObamaCare opposer, David Mitchell introduces the book "The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism".
Pending shutdown of government and Bill O'Reilly talks about his new book "Killing Jesus".