One year ago, President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq were over and the U.S. had prevailed.
If John Edwards becomes president and starts a war with another country, he'll announce that on the show too.
Howard Dean talks to extremely young viewers about the issues.
Embedded reporter Rob Corddry reports from the middle of a sandstorm in Iraq, where the sky is orange and glass is in the forecast.
These are Steve Carell's opinions on the war in Iraq, one of which -- depending on when you're watching this -- he believes.
Embedded correspondent Ed Helms shies away from conflict and joins P.H.E.D.
As zero hour strikes, America's 24-hour news networks launch the kind of turds they usually launch.
George W. Bush squares off with himself to discuss his feelings about nation building and the international American image.
The Daily Show presents a brilliant parody of Schoolhouse Rock spoofing midterm elections.
There were no openings for a man in a fetal position under his desk, so Jon Stewart had to go back to work.