The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 18 • 04/02/2013
Pope Francis eschews the fancier trappings of his office.
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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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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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North Korea's Kim Jong-un tries solidifying his leadership at home by ratcheting up tensions with the United States.
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Pope Francis does away with his predecessor's festooned papal style.
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A litany of gaffes sets back Republican plans to make the party more inclusive and electorally viable.
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Fox News' Megyn Kelly has heard enough about the sequester.
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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg confirms that her co-workers are not only allowed, but encouraged to mess around on Facebook, all day.
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The Monsanto Protection Act shows that the laws of the most powerful nation on Earth are written with the same level of accountability as Internet comments.
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Unbeknownst to most of Congress, a committee sneaks legislation protecting genetically modified food into an unrelated budget bill.
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Fox News sees the firing of Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice as the latest instance of a wussy American culture in free fall.
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Technological advances at the Department of Veterans Affairs bring the organization into the 21st month of the 1970s.
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The late Roger Ebert weighs in on Jon's film career.
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Director Danny Boyle discusses the trance of cinema and offers the key to planning a successful Olympics Opening Ceremony.
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