The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 09/17/2013
Jake Gyllenhaal discusses "Prisoners" and Ben Affleck as Batman.
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Fox News criticizes President Obama taking Roger Ailes' advice regarding to Vladimir Putin and Syria.
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Fox & Friends gets a fancy leather replacement couch.
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Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich calls for a new era of citizen activism.
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Pundits argue that the successful use of diplomacy in Syria is the worst defeat in American history.
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Inspired by Pope Francis, John Oliver envisions a day when the old will be replaced by the new.
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Lindsey Graham decries the peaceful chemical weapons debacle in Syria.
The Best F#@king News Team Ever Covers Breaking NewsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS18
The Best F#@king News Team Ever describes the scene of breaking news as it happens.
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Wolf Blitzer reports on the status of a mass murderer in Washington.
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When America needs context and clarity, it can depend on cable news to provide speculation and error.
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Reporting on a mass shooting in Washington, CNN doesn't let a lack of facts get in the way of drawing speculative conclusions.
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"Prisoners" star Jake Gyllenhaal addresses the marks of age and weighs in on Ben Affleck's Batman casting.
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"Prisoners" star Hugh Jackman talks finding his inner darkness and the reasons behind Australia's successful gun control measures.
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Despite numerous warning signs and previous violent incidents, the Washington D.C. shooter legally purchased a gun two days before killing 12 people.
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Following a shooting in Washington D.C., Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert provides a helpful analogy.
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When it comes to guns the Constitution is ironclad, but with terrorism it's more a list of suggestions.
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Al Madrigal investigates a dispute between Georgia and the butt-chuggers of Tennessee.
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An Indian-American wins the Miss America crown, and Aasif Mandvi explains what this means for the rest of the country.
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John Harwood learns about National Talk Like a Pirate Day.
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Chelsea Clinton talks about her work at the Clinton Foundation and what it was like to grow up with a father who knows everything.
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There's no way around an airtight Obamacare requirement for employers, except for the two ways around it.
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