The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Headlines - Youth in Asia
Season 4 • 12/13/1999
Myanmar is held hostage by two kids with guns.
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Rob Schneider discusses his upcoming movie, "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo," and explains why dolphins are the jerks of the sea.
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President Clinton lights the National Christmas Tree, and a new, high-tech method of eye surgery is announced.
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Jon Stewart reports on Blue Gene, an IBM supercomputer that can map a human protein in real time.
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Scientists at the University of Minnesota invent a miniature robot equipped with a robotic spy camera for use in rescue operations and hostage situations.
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Stacey Grenrock-Woods explores the hidden, lucrative world of cat painting.
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The Orange, California School Board bans an extracurricular gay and lesbian support group at El Modena High School.
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Jon wonders how voodoo, such a sweet word, can be such a painful thing to experience first hand.
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A child soldier in the Burmese rebel army smokes a cigarette.
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Joan Lunden talks about her show "Behind Closed Doors" and her time inside a U.S. Military tank.
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Dave Attell introduces Jon to the true holiday spirit: alcohol.
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A pair of Burmese 12-year-olds lead a rebel army in the jungles of Myanmar.
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Ethanol is just one of the many things you can learn about while watching the Republican debate.
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If Taiwanese cable is anything like ours, it's not worth fighting over.
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Shannen Doherty blesses The Daily Show with her demonstration of an orgasm.
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Shannen Doherty discusses the orgasmic effects of astral projection.
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Today marks the official handover of the Panama Canal from U.S. control to Panama -- which in turn will remain under U.S. control.
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Stephen Colbert plans on burying himself in a time capsule bound for the future.
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United States ranks as the third happiest nation in the world.
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While waiting to attend Paul McCartney's Liverpool concert, a crowd of fans sings "Hey Jude."
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John McCain's presidential campaign overflow bus is a repository for outcasts, misfits and journalistic bottom-feeders.
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