The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
In Other News: Gay Lions, Marriage Equality in Australia & Drake's Woke Act
Season 23 • 11/16/2017
Australia passes marriage equality, and Drake calls out a concertgoer for groping a woman.
The World's First Digital Pill DebutsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Trevor has a hard time grappling with a sensor-embedded pill that can report patient information directly to doctors.
The Daily Show's The Yearly Show 2017The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Trevor and the entire news team take on 2017. The Daily Show’s The Yearly Show premieres Monday 11/10c.
Elaine McMillion Sheldon - Portraying the Grassroots Battle Against Opioid Addiction in "Heroin(e)"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Documentarian Elaine McMillion Sheldon discusses her documentary "Heroin(e)," which follows three women in her native West Virginia as they fight opioid addiction.
Harassment on the Hill: How to Avoid Being a Congressional PredatorThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
After a Virginia congresswoman reveals the rampant sexual misconduct in Washington, D.C., Michelle Wolf weighs in on how to not harass coworkers.
Trump Struggles Through a Water BreakThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
During President Trump's first press conference since returning from Asia, he pauses for an uncomfortable battle with a water bottle.
Trump-Proofing America's NukesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
The Senate holds a hearing to debate President Trump's power to use nuclear weapons without congressional approval.
Coup in ZimbabweThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Dictator Robert Mugabe is overthrown in Zimbabwe, though Trevor points out that it may not have been that difficult to take down a 93-year-old man.
The Pope Gets a Sweet New RideThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
As Pope Francis auctions off his new Lamborghini, Trevor wonders how having the sports car would've changed the Catholic leader.
Al Franken Faces Groping Accusations & Roy Moore Stays on DefenseThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
A reporter accuses Senator Al Franken of groping her in 2006, and Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore continues dodging allegations that he sexually assaulted teen girls.
Bernie Bernstein (AKA Jon Stewart) Crashes The Daily ShowThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Jon Stewart drops in to talk about "Night of Too Many Stars," where Trevor will auction off the chance to be interviewed on the set of The Daily Show.
In Other News: Gay Lions, Marriage Equality in Australia & Drake's Woke ActThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Kenyan officials attempt to separate a pair of gay lions, Australia legalizes same-sex marriage, and Drake stops a concert to help a woman being groped.
The Newest RoyalsThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa is crowned Miss Universe 2017, and Prince Harry gets engaged to biracial American actress Meghan Markle.
Trump's Christmas Gift to the Poor: Tax HikesThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
After President Trump announces that he wants to reform the tax code, Trevor breaks down how a proposed GOP plan will affect low-income Americans.
Congress's Bipartisan Predator ProblemThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
President Trump endorses accused pedophile Roy Moore for senator of Alabama, and Democrats Al Franken and John Conyers are accused of sexual misconduct.
Project Veritas Creates Fake News to Expose "Fake News"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Conservative activist James O'Keefe hires a woman to pose as one of Roy Moore's victims in a futile attempt to make The Washington Post report false information.
Greta Gerwig - Exploring a Mother-Daughter Love Story in "Lady Bird"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Greta Gerwig talks about examining the relationship between a teen girl and her mother in the film "Lady Bird" and weighs in on transitioning from indie to big-budget movies.
The Grammys Feel the BernThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Senator Bernie Sanders is nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Spoken Word Album category, but Trevor thinks that his other audio work deserves recognition.
The Truth About Trump's "Pocahontas" SlurThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
President Trump uses a ceremony honoring Native American veterans to reignite his feud with Senator Elizabeth Warren, whom he derogatorily calls "Pocahontas."
Who's the Boss at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Mick Mulvaney is appointed director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau despite having railed against the watchdog agency in the past.
The British Media's Racist Codes for Meghan MarkleThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS23
Gina Yashere breaks down the subtle racism that Prince Harry's fiance, Meghan Markle, faces in the British press.
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