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The 'Daily Show' host promises to apologize on TV next week after admitting it was a 'sloppy' move to mention the Victorville case during the discussion of police shootings.
During an interview, Stephen questions Jon's patriotism, saying, 'Are you a 'Blame America First'?'
The 'Last Week Tonight' host returns to his old show to help Stewart promote his movie 'Rosewater' by interviewing the film's crew.
The network honchos reportedly offered the 'Daily Show' host the gig but he turned it down and Chuck Todd landed the job.
A BBC journalist risked not seeing his wife and unborn child after he submitted a footage of riot in Iran.
The 'Daily Show' host launches the fake Kickstarter campaign to mock Rupert Murdoch's overtures to buy CNN parent company Time Warner.
Colbert rubs his Emmys in Stewart's face, but Stewart proves he's not a loser at all despite 'The Colbert Report' ending 'The Daily Show' 10-year winning streak.
John Oliver enlists Colbert's help as Stewart is not his usual self after he returns from the Middle East, sporting beard and speaking an indecipherable Middle Eastern accent.
Stewart plans a heartfelt goodbye before he takes a long hiatus from the Comedy Central show, but his temporary replacement Oliver cuts it when he shows up to measure the desk.
While Stewart takes leave this summer to direct film 'Rosewater', correspondent John Oliver will fill in his position on the Comedy Central show.
Mama Bey holds her daughter close as the little girl stares innocently at the camera in 'Life Is but a Dream' picture, and says to Oprah Winfrey that she gains 60-57 pounds during her pregnancy.
Stewart finds himself dancing alone on the set of 'The Daily Show', while Colbert is joined by his 'The Colbert Report' audience in his version of the viral sensation.
The Scott Thorson of 'Behind the Candelabra' refused to address the gay rumors because he didn't want to offend his gay friend 'as if being gay were some kind of f**king disease.'
The network is currently developing a sitcom based on the life of the 'Never Say Never' hitmaker, who will executive produce the show along with his manager Scooter Braun.
The first sneak peek at Pedro Almodovar's upcoming comedy film presents a funny scene in which three male air hostess are getting high and performing naughty dance ala girlband.