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Like the Tea Party, there has been an equally dramatic occurrence taking place within the other party.
The first time I saw Rick Sanchez on TV, I thought he was a new addition to Saturday Night Live.
Why are Sarah and Newt doing bin Laden's work for him? Can't they show just a little patriotism?
Stewart, Colbert, CNN, The Onion ... which is which?
1 in 3 Americans under 40 believes satirical reporting is taking the place of traditional news.
When Stewart stops being the comedian, he's a damn good interviewer.
He'll be the star on the comedy show Wednesday night.
While violence has declined noticeably in Baghdad, day-to-day life for Iraqis is grim, U.S. News Associate Editor Alex Kingsbury told Jon Stewart on The Daily Show last night. Kingsbury, who recently returned from his second reporting assignment in Iraq, described Baghdad neighborhoods where there is raw sewage in the streets and goats graze on garbage from toppled bins. Kingsbury's "Iraq Journal" series has reported on how American troops and Iraqi citizens cope with the difficulties in the country five years after the U.S. invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.
Funny guys Conan O'Brien and Stephen Colbert have been warring over the airwaves over who first discovered and "made" Mike Huckabee, the once obscure former Arkansas governor, into the popular Republican presidential candidate he is today.