The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 03/28/2013
Aussie media mogul Rupert Murdoch looks into purchasing the Los Angeles Times.
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"Salt Sugar Fat" author Michael Moss blames capitalism for society's unhealthy dependence on processed foods.
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Many parts of the Iraq War have gone wrong, including proper care for America's veterans.
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As the Supreme Court addresses cases affecting gay rights, reporters outside come under fire.
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Support in the Senate for same-sex marriage signals an historic shift in public opinion, and promises the most boring gay pride parade float ever.
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Republican obstructionism keeps America backed up and unable to squeeze out the simplest legislation.
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"The Place Beyond the Pines" star Eva Mendes learns about the old upstate New York comedy circuit.
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Conservative Supreme Court justices voice concerns over the "newness" of gay marriage and same-sex child-rearing.
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Former Representative Robert Dornan gives a lesson in linguistic morality.
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The Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage.
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Author Denise Kiernan discusses the history and secrecy surrounding Oak Ridge, TN, and the Manhattan Project.
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Looking to buy the Los Angeles Times, Rupert Murdoch applies for a waiver to circumvent media anti-consolidation laws.
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"Gulp" author Mary Roach breaks down the process by which the body breaks down food.
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In an effort to address rising unemployment and rampant sexual violence, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi cracks down on satirist Bassem Youssef.
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Without Bassem Youssef and the journalists who took to Tahrir Square in protest, President Morsi would not be in a position to repress them.
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Bassem Youssef responds to his interrogation by Egyptian government officials.
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John Oliver speaks with Second Amendment advocates pushing for government regulation protecting guns from people.
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Kim Jong-un mobilizes his Photoshopped navy in preparation for war with the United States.
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Pope Francis does away with his predecessor's festooned papal style.
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Even Republicans can't be blamed for President Obama's terrible layup.
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Jonathan Sperber discusses Karl Marx's colorful personal life and speculates as to how Marx would view modern capitalism.
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