The Daily Show

Showrunner Jen Flanz talks Noah's viral George Floyd video, how "The Daily Show" might change and a near-disastrous interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The "Daily Show" host bared his feelings after the FBI determined that the Black NASCAR driver wasn't targeted by a hate crime.
On the radio show "The Breakfast Club," the former talk show host said he could do better to improve representation in comedy and the media.
His coronavirus testing remark inspired "The Daily Show" to present "Donald Trump: Never Not Joking."
Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon and James Corden all had something to say about the big show that wasn't.
"What finally got to him wasn’t the 122,000 lives lost in America, but instead, the 12,800 empty seats in an arena," the "Daily Show" host said.
The "Daily Show" host zinged the president's lack of knowledge after details from John Bolton's book were released.
"The Daily Show" host cracked wise about the president's executive order to address police brutality.