Jon Stewart

The former "Daily Show" host brought his political comedy to Stand Up for Heroes, alongside John Oliver, Hasan Minhaj and Ronny Chieng.
First responders and 9/11 survivors, with Jon Stewart's fierce support, had to repeatedly return to Congress to push the measure.
The Senate voted Tuesday to ensure permanent funding for 9/11 first responders and their families.
Congress finally acted after months of emotional lobbying by first responders and victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
Jon Stewart Blasts Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) On 9/11 Victim Compensation Bill
The comedian, along with 9/11 first responder John Feal, accused the Republican senator of "fiscal responsibility virtue signaling."
The proposed legislation, which comedian Jon Stewart has passionately lobbied for, would ensure the fund never runs out of money.
The legislation now goes to the Senate, where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has not set a timeline for a vote.
The former police detective recently petitioned Congress for health care funding alongside comedian Jon Stewart.
Luis Alvarez appeared alongside Jon Stewart at a congressional hearing earlier this month.
This tactic hasn’t worked well for Democrats in the past, though.
Former "Daily Show" host hits the Senate majority leader with a savage false apology.
The comedian blasted the Senate majority leader a day earlier for not doing enough to help 9/11 responders and their families.
“I want to make it clear that this has never been dealt with compassionately by Senator McConnell," Stewart said on "Fox News Sunday."
The comedian had blasted lawmakers who skipped a hearing on the bill to maintain aid for first responders.
"Your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity: time," the former host of “The Daily Show” said.
Former late-night host Jon Stewart pleaded to Congress for additional funding for the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.
The comedian visited Capitol Hill to demand lawmakers pass funding for sick 9/11 first responders and their families.
The former "Daily Show" host knows the ups and downs of fatherhood.
The former "Daily Show" host turns the tables on the "Late Show" host.