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2 Chainz Might Run For Mayor of College Park, Georgia

The Atlanta rapper stopped by 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.'
Lawrence Burney
11.15.17
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Check Out the First Trailer for Jessica Williams's Upcoming Netflix Film

'The Incredible Jessica James' comes to the streaming service July 28.
VICE Staff
6.23.17
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Cam'ron Breaks His Golden Snitching Rule for the Good of America in 'Daily Show' Clip

"Y'all snitches have a civic-ass responsibility."
Phil Witmer
3.1.17
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Here's What Jon Stewart Had to Say About Trump's Election

The former 'Daily Show' host spoke to Charlie Rose on Thursday in his first interview after the election.
VICE Staff
11.17.16
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A Day in the Life of Trevor Noah

The one thing that's clear when you scroll through these photos is that Noah really loves what he does. And that's a great thing for us, because we want him to keep doing it forever.
Meron Menghistab
9.26.16
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Stephen Colbert Doesn't Own 'Stephen Colbert,' According to Comedy Central

Wednesday night, 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert had to retire the character we grew to know and love during his days on 'The Colbert Report.'
Matthew James-Wilson
7.28.16
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Watch a Brand New Pusha T Song From His Daily Show Performance

It's titled "Sunshine" and features some of Pusha's best lyrics to date.
John Hill
12.16.15
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Obama meets with Castro, America prefers Joe Biden to any presidential candidate, Afghan security forces begin to retake land from the Taliban, and more.
VICE Staff
9.29.15
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Jon Stewart's Amazing Longevity

The "Daily Show" host took on the Herculean task of making the news funny for 16 years, and in the process became unexpectedly respected.
Joe Garden
2.11.15
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Jon Stewart Is Leaving 'The Daily Show'

After a 14-year run on "The Daily Show," during which he forever altered the role of humor in modern political discourse, it's fair to say that the comedian has earned himself a much deserved break from the spotlight.
Josiah M. Hesse
2.11.15