The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
U.S. Open Champ Sloane Stephens Gets That Paper
Season 22 • 09/11/2017
U.S. Open winner Sloane Stephens looked shocked to be $3.7 million richer.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez - Taking On Climate Change with "We Rise"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, author of "We Rise," describes what motivated him to begin his career as a climate activist at the age of six.
Obama's Shade-Filled Letter to TrumpThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In his leaked letter to incoming President Donald Trump, outgoing President Obama stresses the importance of maintaining U.S. democracy.
Thanks to Hurricane Harvey, the "Dealmaker President" Finally Makes a DealThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, President Trump and congressional Democrats cut a deal on disaster relief funding and the U.S. debt limit.
Lake Bell - Reassessing Marriage in "I Do...Until I Don't"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Lake Bell explains why she no longer finds the institution of marriage archaic after writing, directing and starring in her film "I Do...Until I Don't."
Delta Flight Faces Off Against Hurricane IrmaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
As Hurricane Irma approaches the Caribbean, an overzealous Delta Air Lines pilot lands a passenger flight in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico.
Trump Strikes a Budget Deal with Democrats, F**ks His Own PartyThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
Thanks to President Trump's short attention span, Democratic leaders in Congress were able to snag a sweet deal on their proposed budget.
New York Fashion Week, Where Cultural Appropriation Never Goes Out of StyleThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
To celebrate New York Fashion Week, Dulce Sloan breaks down the problematic trend of designers appropriating African-American culture to sell clothes.
Zac Posen - The Rebound of a Fashion Career in "House of Z"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
Designer Zac Posen reflects on the ups and downs he faced throughout his career in the documentary "House of Z" and talks about how cooking has influenced his fashion.
Steve Bannon Confirms Everyone's Worst Suspicions About Him on "60 Minutes"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In a "60 Minutes" profile of Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist reflects on President Trump's Pussygate scandal and defends his problematic views on immigration.
Hurricane Irma Puts Florida (and News Reporters) Through HellThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
The Best F#@king News Team tries to one-up the reporters who put themselves in harm's way to cover Hurricane Irma in Florida.
U.S. Open Champ Sloane Stephens Gets That PaperThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Sloane Stephens may have won the U.S. Open, but the tennis champion seemed more excited to receive her $3.7 million winner's check than the major title.
Equifax Tries Not to Get Sued After a Massive Data BreachThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Equifax sparks outrage by attempting to bar customers from class action lawsuits after hackers took aim at the consumer credit reporting agency.
President Trump: America's S**ttiest Miss America ContestantThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Michelle Wolf weighs in on the 2018 Miss America pageant and compares the courageous candidness of the contestants to the stammering evasiveness of President Trump.
Ted Cruz's Twitter Porn ProblemThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Senator Ted Cruz appears to like a hard-core porn video on Twitter, creating an internet firestorm.
Violent Buddhists Target Muslims in MyanmarThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Nobel Peace Prize winner and Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi takes heat for ignoring the Buddhist-led ethnic cleansing of the Muslim Rohingya people in her country.
What to Do About Problematic StatuesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
As New York City grapples with whether or not to remove statues of controversial historical figures, Michael Kosta finds out what the public thinks of the effigies.
The White House's Third Communications Director & A Chainsaw-Wielding NunThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
President Trump touts new communications director Hope Hicks's lack of credentials, and a chainsaw-brandishing nun clears hurricane debris in Florida.
The White House Comes Down on ESPN's Jemele HillThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Roy Wood Jr. unpacks a White House official's call for ESPN to fire anchor Jemele Hill after she called President Trump a white supremacist on Twitter.
Future Senator Kid Rock's First Stump SpeechThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
During a concert in Detroit, Kid Rock teased his potential U.S. Senate bid with a mock stump speech.
Trump Supporters Sour Over a Bipartisan DACA DealThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
President Trump cuts a deal with congressional Democrats that will protect DACA recipients and forgo funding for his border wall, much to the chagrin of his core supporters.
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