With the current trend of talk show hosts leaving their respected shows, New Jersey native Jon Stewart taped his last episode of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central last night. But are we making too big of a deal of it?
A day after Trevor Noah was declared the new host of "The Daily Show," his graphic tweets targeting women and Jews are causing a social media backlash and Comedy Central is defending its newest late-night star.
Jon Stewart says it's the longest job he's ever held and it's time to step aside and let someone else have a crack at it. He announced last night that later this year he will step down as host of The Daily Show after 17 years.
Jon Stewart spent the last 16 years hosting The Daily Show, critiquing the media and politicians with a hysterical flair. Stewart announced yesterday that he'll be ending his reign as the host of the Daily Show.
Part of the fun of following this whole Bridgegate scandal is watching what Lawrenceville native Jon Stewart does with it on “The Daily Show.” In his latest shot, Stewart puts Governor Christie and ex Port Authority official Davis Weinstein in the classic 80&CloseCurlyQuo…
After Wednesday night's Daily Show dedicated the entire first segment to the Bridgegate scandal, last night Jon Stewart took on the governor's marathon press conference in which Christie denied all knowledge. Spoiler alert: You'll even get to see Chris Christie taking a shower in this…
New York City's new Freedom Tower was a topic of discussion on 'The Daily Show' recently after it had been deemed the tallest building in the United States, making the Willis Tower in Chicago the second tallest building.