For as long as I can remember, the Daily Show host has been on television, being angry at something.
Berkeley Breathed announced that he'd be bringing back his cult classic comic strip after a 25-year hiatus. Here's why you should read it.
Leyonhjelm was in Melbourne as part of a senate inquiry into the medical and psychological effects of wind turbines. ClimActs were there to take the piss.
Nothing else has ever lampooned all that's wrong with modern Britain in quite the same way.
Ahmad Al-Basheer believes that one of the best ways to fight corruption and extremism in Iraq is to take the piss out of it on national TV.
I talked to the guys behind Britain Furst about their latest attempt to piss everyone off.
The Daily Show host took on the Herculean task of making the news funny for 16 years, and in the process became unexpectedly respected.
The TV shows and movies you watch say a lot about who you are as a person.
Street Cents spent 17 years on the air, but those early, weird years endeared the show to Canadian youth. Several of the show's architects and principal characters share what it was like at the time.
In the final edition of This Week in Racism, Dave Schilling reveals the way to end racism in America. Racial harmony is but a click away, my friends.
The Academy snubbed minority actors and filmmakers this year, but the problem runs deeper than black faces not holding little gold statues.
Amazon.com's Marketplace allows people from around the world to sell goods online, and some of those products are tied to hate groups.
The satirical magazine probably couldn't have existed in Ireland, where blasphemy is technically illegal.
On the latest episode of the ENTITLEMENT Podcast, we chatted with comedian Matt Ingebretson about YikYak, Tumblr, and feeling uncomfortable on social media.
A former Onion editor on why it's vitally important to defend satire, even when we don't like it.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.
New Yorkers ignored the cold to show their support for the dozen victims of Europe's worst terrorist attack in years.
The French community of Los Angeles held a refreshingly anger-free rally to honor the dead and show support for the magazine's mission.
"The Paris tragedy just confirms the amount of evil and injustice in the world we live in, and it is our duty to continue fighting against them the best way we know how—with satire."
White supremacists have New Year's resolutions too. Most of them involve the subjugation of minorities. Also, puppies.
The string of festive lights hung up at one of Bob Dylan's many homes has transfixed me for years. I have strived to find a deeper meaning behind this haunting image. After all, everything the rock legend does is meaningful.
This doesn't do much to change the perception that the police have it out for black men in America.
Larry the Cable Guy's latest direct-to-video masterpiece, a sequel to Arnold Schwarzenegger's pseudo-classic, came out today. I watched it and relished how perfectly bad it is.
It's hard to believe that clubs that exclude women from membership still exist, but they do. Maybe a little gender mixing would be helpful at a time when the news is full of terrifying sexual assault allegations.