New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin applies lessons learned on the football field to everyday life.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Since the Daily Show premiered in 1996 it's gotten more and more informative, which is perfect because the actual news has gotten more ridiculous.
Marco Rubio goes off-topic during Rand Paul's 12-hour filibuster.
Aasif Mandvi and Samantha Bee observe would-be successors to Pope Benedict XVI.
In a city where bad dogs and appliances are out of control, only two cops have what it takes to stop the madness.
Tom Coughlin, head coach of the NY Giants, discusses his new book "Earn the Right to Win: How Success in Any Field Starts with Superior Preparation."
Rand Paul's filibuster comes to an end in the traditional way that all filibusters must.
Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson drops in to talk about his book "Space Chronicles: Facing the Ultimate Frontier."
Neil deGrasse Tyson's production advice is heeded at last.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul filibusters John Brennan's CIA confirmation to protest the Obama administration's drone policy.
Following the successful sequester implementation, Congress proceeds by going nowhere on universal preschool legislation.
Al Madrigal fails to convince protesters pushing for Puerto Rico's statehood that they're better off without it.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses the fossil record and the chances of another dramatic meteor explosion.
Andrew Natsios underestimates the final bill for the Iraq War.
Sandra Day O'Connor stops by to talk about her latest book "Out of Order: Stories from the History of the Supreme Court."
Shelby County, Alabama attempts to become the Jackie Robinsons of people who historically disenfranchised people like Jackie Robinson.
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor shares the opinion-writing process and defends the Court's transparency.
Shep Smith conveys a message of economic hope.
The most impressive part of the Wall Street comeback is that it only took five and a half years to repair the gaping wound they inflicted on themselves.
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor doesn't envy the current Court its more difficult decisions.
Mitt Romney sits down for his first interview since losing the election, and Dennis Rodman recounts his time with humble North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
Twitter explodes after President Obama marries the "Star Wars" Jedi mind trick to the "Star Trek" Vulcan mind meld.
President Obama confuses his science fiction lingo.
Democrats and Republicans prove unable to avoid their self-designed mutual ball punch.
The sequester proves there are worse penalties for f**king up on "Top Chef" than there are for doing it in Congress.
Paul Rudd discusses the living conditions above the Supreme Court and the importance of casting the deciding vote in McConnell v. FEC.
Jon is joined by Paul Rudd, star of the new film "Admission."
When did the tough-edged corporate media become such delicate flowers?
Jason Jones investigates a powerful Canadian cartel, and comes face to face with the Pablo Escobar of maple syrup.
When it comes to the sequester, Nancy Pelosi challenges the Republican-favored metaphor.
The Obama administration engages in a war of words with legendary Washington Post word warrior Bob Woodward.