The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
An Uber-Problematic Business Model
Season 21 • 10/06/2015
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
Are All Cops Racist?The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
To determine whether cops are racist, Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. investigate a police bias training program.
Not Your Typical Chinese EspionageThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
President Obama opts out of a stay at the Waldorf Astoria, prompting rumors about the possibility of Chinese spies at the luxury hotel. Al Madrigal investigates.
Chris Christie - Fingerprint Technology and Political In-FightingThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie discusses his presidential bid, his biometrics-based plan to reform immigration in the U.S. and bipartisanship in Congress.
Donald Trump: America's African PresidentThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump may not seem like commander-in-chief material to Americans, but in certain African countries, he fits the bill.
Not So Pro-Life After AllThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Trevor proposes that anti-abortion advocates like presidential candidates Carly Fiorina and Jeb Bush channel their pro-life rhetoric into another vital issue: gun control.
Terrible, Unending National TragediesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
In the wake of a mass shooting at an Oregon community college, Jessica Williams finds a way to fast track reporting on another gun tragedy in the U.S.
Seth Rogen - Why Would a Billionaire Lie?The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Seth Rogen describes getting into the role of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in the "Steve Jobs" biopic and being targeted by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
APPathy: A Quick Fix for Moral DilemmasThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Jordan Klepper introduces APPathy, which helps consumers reconcile the troublesome business tactics of companies like Spotify and Uber with these service apps' ease of use.
Robot JournalistsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Before Hasan Minhaj loses his job to an automaton, he investigates claims that machines are taking over the jobs of journalists.
Aaron Sorkin - Humanizing "Steve Jobs"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin discusses his research into the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs for the eponymous biopic about the late entrepreneur.
An Uber-Problematic Business ModelThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Service apps like Uber may be convenient, but that ease often comes at the expense of underpaid workers who don't receive benefits.
Evgeny Afineevsky - Documenting a Revolution in "Winter on Fire"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Filmmaker Evgeny Afineevsky describes his journey to Ukraine in the midst of a violent protest against President Yanukovych for his documentary "Winter on Fire."
Ben Carson's Solution to Gun Violence: Run Toward DangerThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
After hearing Ben Carson's questionable advice on surviving a school shooting, Desi Lydic uses the Republican presidential candidate's thought process to solve other problems.
Ben Carson Blames the VictimsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson doubles down on condemnatory remarks he made about victims of a mass shooting at an Oregon community college.
Let's Talk About PrisonThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
The Senate introduces a criminal justice reform bill that would eliminate some of the obstacles that prisoners and former offenders face.
The Ban the Box CampaignThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Hasan Minhaj investigates the Ban the Box campaign, which would prevent job applicants from being required to disclose their criminal records.
Rachel Maddow - (Sort of) Endorsing a Republican Presidential CandidateThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Rachel Maddow, host of MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show," discusses the upcoming presidential election and weighs in on the Republican candidates.
Ben Carson: Popeyes Survivor and "Real" Black PresidentThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson explains how he evaded a dangerous encounter at a "Popeyes organization" and receives a late-night Twitter endorsement from Rupert Murdoch.
Commemorating the Million Man MarchThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Roy Wood Jr. crashes the Justice or Else rally in Washington, D.C., in an attempt to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.
Paul Ryan Gets Playboy'dThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS21
Jessica Williams explains how online conservative extremists have made Paul Ryan appear too liberal for Republicans to elect him Speaker of the House.
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