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Trevor Noah and The Daily Show correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.

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Trevor Noah and "The Daily Show" correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
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Trevor Noah and "The Daily Show" correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
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Trevor Noah and "The Daily Show" correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
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Trevor Noah reports on the pandemic.
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Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch; correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.
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Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch.
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Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch; "The Daily Show" correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.
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As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch; correspondents weigh in on the crisis from a safe social distance.
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As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch.
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Trevor reports on the pandemic from comfort of his couch.
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Trevor reports on the pandemic from comfort of his couch.
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Trevor reports on the pandemic from comfort of his couch.
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TV shows that are glorifying lawless cops face a backlash; Roy Wood Jr. talks to Dr. Juanakee Adams about protesters vandalizing her business; Jon Stewart discusses "Irresistible."
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NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace reflects on the noose controversy; Trevor introduces Blacklexa; John Legend talks about fighting for racial equality, and he discusses his album "Bigger Love."
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President Trump's rally in Tulsa, Okla.; Malcolm Jenkins discusses Black Lives Matter and Listen Up Media; Laverne Cox talks trans representation and "Disclosure."
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Trevor examines Black employment barriers, talks to "Evaluating Police Uses of Force" co-author Seth Stoughton and interviews D.L. Hughley about "Surrender, White People!"
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Trevor Noah and "The Daily Show" correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
aired 46 days ago
Trevor Noah and "The Daily Show" correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
aired 47 days ago
A humorous slant on top news stories.
aired 48 days ago
As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch.
aired 49 days ago
As the coronavirus keeps millions confined to their homes, Trevor reports on the pandemic from the comfort of his couch.

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