12:16 pm, April 27th | by Amy Tennery
The John Edwards trial is a twisted web indeed. Allegations of campaign misconduct, gross details about Edwards’ and Rielle Hunter’s relationship that no one wanted to hear about. And, yes, then there are the stories of how Edwards talked about Hunter behind closed doors. It’s across-the-board awful. And it would seem that one network is getting a little squeamish.
1:45 pm, April 25th | by Sarah Devlin
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart last night to discuss her new book Prague Winter, which is a hybrid memoir and work of historical non-fiction. Albright was moved to write the book when she found out, in her late fifties, that her background was not what she had always thought.
“The Daily Show” Revels In Awkward, Bumbling T.V. Reports On Secret Service Prostitution Scandal [VIDEO]
10:45 am, April 25th | by Amy Tennery
They cover disasters, controversies and tragedies — but when it comes to talking about the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia, many newscasters are more than a little flustered.
12:15 pm, February 22nd | by Laura Donovan
“Daily Show” host Jon Stewart never disappoints us with his humorous take on otherwise troublesome societal issues, and he inspired many laughs out of us last night when he compared the proposed mandatory transvaginal ultrasound to uncomfortable TSA pat-downs.
Jon Stewart Pokes Fun at “Punanny State” Contraception Beliefs: “Women Can’t Get Their Pill But Men Can Get Their Pill”
10:45 am, February 21st | by Laura Donovan
With all the tension and animosity over birth control and women’s rights lately, it was a breath of fresh air to have comedy savant Jon Stewart make light of the hoopla during a Monday episode of “The Daily Show.”
Stewart On Military Women: “War Is Easier When It’s All Dudes — You Don’t Have To Care About Each Other”
1:37 pm, February 15th | by Amy Tennery
Last week we learned that presidential candidate Rick Santorum was concerned about women’s “more unique” emotions and how they might interfere in a combat situation. Santorum raised these concerns after the Pentagon announced it was changing its guidelines, allowing more women on the front lines of combat.