The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Ted Koppel - The Predictions of "Lights Out"
Season 21 • 11/18/2015
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel talks about preparing for cyber attacks on U.S. power grids.
The Myanmar Daily ShowThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
In a Burmese edition of The Daily Show, Trevor examines Myanmar's election of pro-democracy Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi into parliament.
The Federal Election Commission: An Enormously Dysfunctional AgencyThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Jordan Klepper speaks to Federal Election Commission Chair Ann Ravel to find out why the agency has such a hard time enforcing campaign finance laws.
David Holbrooke - Profiling His Larger-Than-Life Father in "The Diplomat"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Director David Holbrooke describes how he got to know his ambassador father, Richard Holbrooke, through the making of his documentary "The Diplomat."
The Democratic Debate: Not Enough Crazy S**t Going OnThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
During the second Democratic presidential debate, Bernie Sanders compares himself to Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Hillary Clinton invokes 9/11 to defend her financial backers.
What the Actual Fact? - Crunching the Numbers in the Democratic DebateThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
After the latest Democratic debate, Desi Lydic examines Hillary Clinton's claim to have mostly small donors and Bernie Sanders's statistic on childhood poverty.
Tragedy in Paris: The Three Stages of Political GriefThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Republican presidential contenders Donald Trump and Mike Huckabee exploit the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris to score political points.
The Alabama Refugee ExperienceThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley takes a stand against Syrian refugees resettling in the state, and Roy Wood Jr. explains the governor's thinking.
Timbaland - How "The Emperor of Sound" Found "Empire"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Timbaland describes how he learned to create music in his memoir, "The Emperor of Sound," and explains how he became a producer for the TV series "Empire."
Ben Carson's Public BreakupThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Jessica Williams examines the not-so-amicable breakup of presidential hopeful Ben Carson and foreign policy adviser Duane Clarridge.
Bobby Jindal Drops OutThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
After a lackluster campaign, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal drops out of the running for the Republican presidential nomination.
Ted Koppel - The Predictions of "Lights Out"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Ted Koppel recalls covering the Iran hostage crisis for "Nightline" and discusses his book "Lights Out," which details the U.S.'s vulnerability to cyber attacks.
When Gerrymandering Goes WrongThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Hasan Minhaj investigates a district in Columbia, Mo., where a gerrymandering error leaves one lone voter to decide the fate of a questionable sales tax.
Mike Huckabee's Food-Based PoliticsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
From Syrian refugees to Social Security, Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee always finds a way to work food metaphors into the conversation.
Louisiana's Down-and-Dirty Gubernatorial RaceThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
While campaigning for Louisiana's gubernatorial election, candidate John Bel Edwards can't help but remind voters of opponent David Vitter's prostitution scandal.
Spike Lee - "Chi-Raq" Takes on Chicago ViolenceThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Spike Lee looks back at his 1989 film "Do the Right Thing" and explains how withholding sex is used to rid Chicago of violence in his new movie, "Chi-Raq."
Donald Trump's Islamophobic, Reporter-Mocking SagaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
After coming under fire for claiming Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the 9/11 attacks, Donald Trumps mocks disabled reporter Serge Kovaleski for not backing his story.
Attack on Planned ParenthoodThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
In the wake of a shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood, Jordan Klepper urges the media to avoid using stereotypes to characterize the white Christian male perpetrator.
Battling It Out on Black FridayThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Fervent shoppers at a mall in Kentucky turn yet another Black Friday into a violent battleground in the hunt for bargains.
The Fight Over the Non-Hovering HoverboardThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Unsatisfied with the non-levitating IO HAWK and Hovertrax hoverboards, Jessica Williams joins forces with Christopher Lloyd to find a device that actually hovers.
Nick Cannon - Fixing a Disenfranchised Community in "Chi-Raq"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Actor and host of "America's Got Talent" Nick Cannon explains how a sex strike is used to end Chicago gang violence in his film "Chi-Raq."
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