The Daily Show With Trevor Noah Set for 3-Month Hiatus, to Return in September With 'New Look and Feel'
Comedy Central’s World News Headquarters are due for a massive upgrade. The cable network announced Tuesday that The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is set to take an unprecedented three-month hiatus following Thursday’s episode, and will return READ MORE
Trevor Noah Condemns Shooting of Daunte Wright, Says 'Police Don't Give a S—t' About Harming Black People
An incredulous Trevor Noah was among Monday’s late-night hosts who addressed the recent police shooting of Daunte Wright, an unarmed Black man who was killed during a traffic stop in Minnesota. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
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Trevor Noah Condemns Jacob Blake Shooting: 'For Some People, Black Skin Is the Most Threatening Weapon of All'
The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah delivered an impassioned monologue Wednesday night, decrying the shooting of Jacob Blake and the continued violence against Black Americans by police across the country. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
The Daily Show's Trevor Noah Reacts to Rayshard Brooks' Death in Emotional Monologue: 'When Is It Enough?'
Monday’s episode of The Daily Show found Trevor Noah trying to make sense of the recent death of Rayshard Brooks, a 27-year-old Black man who was killed by an Atlanta police officer earlier this month. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
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Late-Night Hosts Blast Trump's Response to New Zealand Shootings: He's a 'Product of White Supremacy'
Several late-night hosts began their weeks by addressing the March 15 mosque shootings that left 50 people dead in Christchurch, New Zealand — and they were none too pleased by President Trump’s response to the tragedy. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
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Late-Night Hosts Mock Frantic Cable News Coverage of Rod Rosenstein: 'The Media Can't Help Themselves'
Cable news reporters couldn’t quite get their stories straight on Monday when it seemed that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein might be exiting his job — and late-night TV hosts were happy to poke fun at the confusion. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS