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Trump Puts DACA's Future in Congress's Hands
Season 22 • 09/05/2017
President Trump gives Congress a window of time to fix DACA before killing the program.
From Launchpads to Pumps: Crises in North Korea and TexasThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
North Korea launches a missile over Japan, and First Lady Melania Trump comes under fire for wearing stiletto heels to survey Hurricane Harvey damage in Texas.
Confederate Statues: Some See Culture, Some See RacismThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
As cities across the U.S. debate the removal of Confederate monuments, Hasan Minhaj and Roy Wood Jr. share reasons to take down the statues.
Mexico Kindly Lends a Hand to Hurricane-Stricken TexasThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In a gracious gesture Trevor doesn't quite understand, Mexico sends disaster relief to areas of Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Like Every Trump, Ivanka Wants All the Credit but None of the BlameThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Michelle Wolf breaks down why First Daughter Ivanka Trump will never achieve the progressive agenda she touted during her father's 2016 presidential campaign.
Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Antagonists of the Alt-RightThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In response to emboldened neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups, an anti-fascist movement called "antifa" has starting fighting back through doxing and violent protests.
Australian Students Stick It to Martin ShkreliThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Ronny Chieng finds out how students and scientists are responding to pharmaceutical heads like Martin Shkreli who hike the prices of life-saving prescription drugs.
Another Awful Moment Caught on a Cop's DashcamThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
A Georgia police officer tries to calm down a white woman during a traffic stop by saying that cops only kill black people.
Trump Has No Idea How to Handle North KoreaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
As North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un continues testing nuclear missiles, President Trump makes military and economic threats in hopes of taming the dictator.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez - Taking On Climate Change with "We Rise"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, author of "We Rise," describes what motivated him to begin his career as a climate activist at the age of six.
Obama's Shade-Filled Letter to TrumpThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In his leaked letter to incoming President Donald Trump, outgoing President Obama stresses the importance of maintaining U.S. democracy.
Trump Puts DACA's Future in Congress's HandsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
President Trump moves to rescind the Obama-era DACA program, which protects undocumented residents who illegally immigrated to the U.S. as children.
Thanks to Hurricane Harvey, the "Dealmaker President" Finally Makes a DealThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, President Trump and congressional Democrats cut a deal on disaster relief funding and the U.S. debt limit.
Lake Bell - Reassessing Marriage in "I Do...Until I Don't"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Lake Bell explains why she no longer finds the institution of marriage archaic after writing, directing and starring in her film "I Do...Until I Don't."
Delta Flight Faces Off Against Hurricane IrmaThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
As Hurricane Irma approaches the Caribbean, an overzealous Delta Air Lines pilot lands a passenger flight in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico.
Trump Strikes a Budget Deal with Democrats, F**ks His Own PartyThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
Thanks to President Trump's short attention span, Democratic leaders in Congress were able to snag a sweet deal on their proposed budget.
New York Fashion Week, Where Cultural Appropriation Never Goes Out of StyleThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
To celebrate New York Fashion Week, Dulce Sloan breaks down the problematic trend of designers appropriating African-American culture to sell clothes.
Zac Posen - The Rebound of a Fashion Career in "House of Z"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22 E165
Designer Zac Posen reflects on the ups and downs he faced throughout his career in the documentary "House of Z" and talks about how cooking has influenced his fashion.
Steve Bannon Confirms Everyone's Worst Suspicions About Him on "60 Minutes"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
In a "60 Minutes" profile of Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist reflects on President Trump's Pussygate scandal and defends his problematic views on immigration.
Hurricane Irma Puts Florida (and News Reporters) Through HellThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
The Best F#@king News Team tries to one-up the reporters who put themselves in harm's way to cover Hurricane Irma in Florida.
U.S. Open Champ Sloane Stephens Gets That PaperThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS22
Sloane Stephens may have won the U.S. Open, but the tennis champion seemed more excited to receive her $3.7 million winner's check than the major title.
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