The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 19 • 08/05/2014
Helen Thorpe discusses her book "Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War."
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Ravens running back Ray Rice beats his then-fiancee on camera, causing the NFL to "punish" him accordingly.
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Aubrey Plaza shares her motivations for working on several projects at once including "Life After Beth" and "Parks and Recreation."
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Elisabeth Moss explains why she can only give an enigmatic description of her film "The One I Love."
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Jordan Klepper reports on a 2012 executive order that is being used to mislead Central American families into believing that their children can stay in the U.S. permanently.
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Louie Gohmert extends an invitation to the members of the House of Representatives to spend an evening at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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As the immigration crisis on the border becomes increasingly urgent, President Obama, the Senate, the House of Representatives and the KKK propose their respective solutions.
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As summer finally starts to settle down, a massive outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa causes a health scare in New York City.
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Michael Che investigates American loyalty to political brand names such as "Clinton" and "Bush" and searches for a unique 2016 presidential candidate.
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Senior Health Correspondent Jessica Williams reports on an Ebola outbreak in New York City that happens to be targeting the city's most desirable neighborhoods.
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While at the Wayne County Fair, five-year-old Noah Ritter explains to WNEP-TV why he doesn't watch the news.
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Helen Thorpe describes the struggles of female members of the military who are the subject of her book "Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War."
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Alison Lundergan Grimes blasts her opponent Mitch McConnell at Kentucky's annual Fancy Farm Picnic, and Rand Paul recites an original limerick.
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The hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan talks about their 20 years together and discusses their album "A Better Tomorrow."
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During an interview with ABC News, Senator Rand Paul makes sure he's on the right track.
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Tracy Droz Tragos describes making her documentary "Rich Hill," which follows several children in a rural Missouri town.
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Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife go on trial for a corruption scandal involving a tobacco-based wonder drug.
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Senator Rand Paul heads to Iowa, which prompts rumors about the possibility of a presidential run.
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House Speaker John Boehner shows off a wind-up monkey that has a special place in his office.
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The shooting of an unarmed black teenager by the police in Ferguson, MO, strikes a racial nerve in the U.S., but Fox News manages to remain colorblind.
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Michael Che attempts to find a safe location to report about the recent shooting of an unarmed black man.
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