A train operator alerted headquarters about 'two very baaaaad boys' along the N Line in Brooklyn. That's when Stewart stepped in
Jon Stewart is an American comedian, writer, director and actor who has been described as the nation's "satirist in chief." He has anchored "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central for more than 16 years, before announcing he is leaving the program on February 10, 2015.
'I’m Jon Stewart, I’m a talk show host as well. I was. A few years ago. And I’m a Jew.'
Stephen Colbert’s controversial Donald Trump monologue last week drew heavy criticism on Twitter, with calls for a boycott and Colbert’s resignation
'I, Donald J. Trump, have instructed my staff to speak only in bulls--t. Bulls--t all the time. Immersion, it's the only way to be fluent,' the former 'Daily Show' host reads out some new Trump executive orders.
Stewart will reportedly assist his former Daily Show colleague kick off two weeks of live convention coverage on CBS.
The bull that broke free on his way to a slaughterhouse in Queens with will be castrated so he can live safely with other cattle.
The new host of the 'Daily Show' sat down with the show's 'Senior Jewish Correspondent' Adam Lowitt to discuss the one minority Republicans 'actually seem to like.'
The comedian has played 'an influential and iconic role in covering U.S. politics and media,' a petition to the Commission on Presidential Debates says.
In his fusion of journalism and comedy, The Daily Show host achieved the opposite of what he aspired to.
Some of Stewart's favorite targets, from Bill O'Reilly to John McCain, made appearances on his final Daily Show episode.
Stewart’s 'Daily Show' brought the inflections, outrage, and sarcasm of Jewish dinner table conversation to our TV screens. He will be missed.
'Was the President of the United States trying to influence, intimidate or flatter me? My guess is uh-huh. Did it work? Might have. Was it sinister? I don’t f-ing know.'
On eve of influential satirist's farewell to The Daily Show, Politico reports he came to Oval Office twice to kick it around with the president.
With just two weeks left before he leaves The Daily Show after a 16-year run as host, Jon Stewart makes his Jewish pride clear in a segment titled 'A Look Back: Let His People Laugh.'
'They are anti-American, anti-Semitic, they sponsor terrorist organizations like Hizbollah,' U.S. president said of Iran, to which the 'Daily Show' host responded: 'Sounds like a good partner for peace.'
The Daily Show host gives moving monologue after the South Carolina church attack that claimed the lives of nine African-Americans.
Stewart's last show will be on Aug. 6 after hosting for 16 years in which he became one of America's most popular political satirists.
Arab world's most popular satirists to give Mideast twist to New York gala.
The Jews have to up their game when it comes to competing with the Christian holidays, says the Daily Show host.
Trevor Noah's tweets over the last few years years have been seen as anti-Semitic and misogynistic. Many people are not impressed with Jon Stewart's replacement.
The 31-year-old comedian from South Africa had only appeared on The Daily Show three times when he was given the massive promotion, the NYT reports.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart compares Netanyahu's last minute election rhetoric to anti-minority scare tactics in the United States.
Jewish right-wing activist accuses The Daily Show host Stewart, also Jewish, of 'working for the other side under the guise of comedy.'
WATCH: Jon Stewart Calls Congress' Ovation of Netanyahu's Speech 'Longest Blowjob a Jewish Man Has Ever Received'
Jon Stewart blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, House Speaker John Boehner, CNN, Congress and essentially everyone involved in Netanyahu's speech.
Jon Stewart: The Iranians Accused Me of Being a Mossad Agent. But How Can a Mossad Agent Hate Israel?
Stewart once again poked fun at those who criticize him on Israel in his first interview since announcing that he was stepping down as host of The Daily Show.
In a TV reality where anchors, commentators and politicians push their own agendas while claiming to promote the common good, Jon Stewart became the voice of reason and sanity.
The Daily Show star captures the way many of us who care about Israel struggle to reconcile our commitment to the country with a deep ambivalence about the direction of its policies – and the inability to have meaningful dialogue about it here in America.
Stewart to leave show later this year; replacement host for Comedy Central's show has not yet been named.
Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef on what the U.S. should do to help in the Middle East: 'How about nothing!'