The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 20 • 12/15/2014
Tim Burton, the director of "Big Eyes," discusses his fascination with Margaret Keane's art.
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Jon must pick between the top headlines of the day: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit New York City, and the Senate releases a horrific CIA torture report.
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Senator Dianne Feinstein reacts to Wolf Blitzer's comment that Americans might die as a result of the CIA torture report.
Monarchy in the U.S. - Finding New FriendsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Jessica Williams shares her theory on what really motivated Prince William and Kate Middleton to visit the U.S.
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An interview with former Vice President Dick Cheney on Fox News's "Special Report with Bret Baier" draws to a close with a Phil Collins love song.
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Former professional wrestler Mick Foley describes the fascinating group of individuals who live as Santa Claus year-round in his documentary "I Am Santa Claus."
Monarchy in the U.S.The Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
The royal couple's visit to New York City provides a welcome distraction from the Senate's release of a horrific CIA torture report.
The Kids in the HalalThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
ISIS effectively uses social media to recruit millennials, but the young would-be jihadists get more than they bargained for when they actually show up to join.
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Fox News's Gretchen Carlson decides to try something new on her show, and her fans guess what she's doing differently.
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Jordan Klepper enlists the help of Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven to rebuild America's gridlocked bipartisan government.
Immoral KombatThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Former Vice President Dick Cheney remorselessly defends the CIA torture program that was put in place following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Tim BurtonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS20
Director Tim Burton describes the stranger-than-fiction events surrounding Walter and Margaret Keane's art empire in his film "Big Eyes."
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Aasif Mandvi reports on the "Don't Jerk and Drive" PSA campaign in South Dakota, which used an attention-grabbing slogan to bring attention to a serious safety concern.
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Two brothers with opposing political views are mortified when their mother calls in to scold them during their C-SPAN interview.
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Congress manages to overcome its gridlock in order to pass a budget plan that will avert a government shutdown, but the bill includes some sneaky last-minute additions.
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Paul McCartney explains how his grandkids helped convince him to record the song "Hope for the Future" for the video game "Destiny."
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The failure to indict police officers involved in the deaths of unarmed black men draws nationwide protests, and professional athletes wear shirts calling for justice.
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Taylor County Sheriff's Department in Texas names a toy elf as an honorary deputy for the holiday season.
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After Fox News criticizes Jay Z's reputation, Jessica Williams updates the titles of several Fox News contributors to more accurately reflect their own dubious activities.
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Actress Anna Kendrick describes the strange reactions she got while doing vocal exercises on the set of the movie musical "Into the Woods."
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On the last night of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert insists that he is not sentimental about the show ending.
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