The Daily Show
Sanjay Gupta talks about the Zadroga Bill and a scientific study linking 9/11's dust to cancer.
George Takei talks about "To Be Takei" and recollects spending part of his childhood in a Japanese-American internment camp.
Two trials on the same clause of Obamacare reach opposite verdicts on the same day, begging the question of what could possibly differ between the two panels of judges.
When John McCain criticizes the integrity of a certain late-night comic, Jon challenges McCain to a competition with a unique consolation prize.
Richard Linklater discusses the inspiration behind his film "Boyhood," which he filmed over the course of 12 years.
Al Jazeera correspondent Sue Turton discusses international efforts that might help to free her fellow journalists imprisoned in Egypt, including the #freeajstaff campaign.
Cover Up in the Air - What Would Reagan Do?
Barack Obama deals with an international crisis involving Russia, missiles and a civilian aircraft; considerable comparisons to Ronald Reagan ensue.
We Need to Talk About Israel
When Jon believes it's possible to have a calm discussion about Israel's ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, The Best F#@king News Team quickly informs him otherwise.
Operation Black Hair
Jessica Williams investigates an Army regulation that ignorantly discriminates against black servicewomen and their hairstyles.
Emma Stone shares her guidelines for appropriate date attire, from which her "Magic in the Moonlight" co-star Colin Firth is obviously exempt.