President Bush's job must make him so mad, because we're all so stupid.
Jon Stewart phones Senator Ted Stevens to find out how e-mail messages are sent and received.
Presenting a comprehensive historical panorama of the The Daily Show's coverage of all U.S. presidents.
In dealing with Osama bin Laden, President Bush goes through the stages of grief: denial, anger, anger, anger, Hanukah, acceptance and denial.
Donald Rumsfeld contends that the insurgency's last throes could last 24 times as long as all the throes before it combined.
"The Daily Show" reports on Dick Cheney's shooting accident, in which Harry Whittington became the first man gunned down by a sitting vice president since Alexander Hamilton.
Jon compares the media's coverage of Hurricane Katrina to the vengeance of a fat drunk with a tire iron.
Hurricane Katrina has introduced Americans to a new kind of public servant in crisis management -- let's meet two of these f**krs right now.
Ed Helms takes a look at the efforts to save our beloved and beleaguered president.
"The Daily Show" covers Laura Bush's roasting of President Bush at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.