The Irony Collection
(Editorial note included) Herman Cain denies allegations of sexual harassment, and Rick Perry overcorrects for past debate performance stiffness.
Wyatt Cenac reports on the death of H.R. 3472, a bill providing health insurance premium discounts for exercising.
When it comes to his polling numbers, Mitt Romney has been nothing if not consistent despite his inconsistency in every other regard.
Mitt Romney has surveyed the Republican field and decided 23% is enough to beat any of those yahoos.
The European financial crisis threatens to decimate the global economy, so Jon exercises his contractual doomsday clause with help from The Best [email protected] News Team Ever.
(editors note included) In this unedited, extended interview, Judge Andrew Napolitano believes that government exists to take away human freedom.
A study funded by the Koch brothers debunks Climategate, but the cable news media doesn't cover it.A study funded by the Koch brothers debunks Climategate, but the cable news media doesn't cover it.
(editors note included) Science claims it's working to cure disease, save the planet and solve the greatest human mysteries, but Aasif Mandvi finds out what its really up to. Noelle Nikpour vs. science, reason and logic (aka ratiocination) and mathematics.
Everything's going well among those who have taken to the streets to protest America's wealth inequality -- except in Oakland.
Physicist and author Lisa Randall explores how science illuminates the modern world and why some people are unwilling to accept scientific findings.
Between Rick Perry's birtherism and Herman Cain's electrified U.S.- Mexico border idea, a pattern emerges from the Republican field.
Pat "Gay People Cause Hurricanes" Robertson expresses concern for how extreme the Republican party has gotten.
Lewis Black considers Occupy Wall Street's family sleep-over, Mike Huckabee's kids' time-travel show and "Sesame Street"'s starving Muppets.
Rick Perry picks up the flameless torch even Donald Trump dropped six months ago, and Eric Cantor cancels his income inequality speech for fear that the poor might show up.
Republicans have different reasons for disliking Barack Obama's radical decision to do the thing George Bush signed an agreement to do.
Barack Obama wants to create a green economy by weatherizing American homes.
News of Muammar al-Gaddafi's death gives rise to celebratory gun shooting, victory slogan chanting and baby throwing in Libya, but Republicans have a different reaction.
To find out what the future might hold for a free Libya, The Daily Show takes a look back at John Oliver's interview with Ambassador Ali Suleiman Aujali.
Historian and author Richard Brookhiser talks about James Madison's invention of the first national political party in 1792.
At the eighth Republican debate, Michele Bachmann pledges border security, Ron Paul causes uncomfortable silences, and Mitt Romney messes with Texas.