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Jon Stewart's legacy and the future of 'The Daily Show'

Jon Stewart shocked fans by announcing he would be leaving his job as host of "The Daily Show," a position he's held since 1999. Explore the stories we've written about his decision, his late-night satire and his forays beyond television.

'Daily Show With Jon Stewart' redefined TV success as a natural fit for social media

As a natural fit for social media, 'Daily Show With Jon Stewart' redefined TV success

When Jon Stewart ranted and joked on 'The Daily Show,' people listened

When Jon Stewart ranted and joked on 'The Daily Show,' people listened

New 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah heralds a new frontier in TV: diversity

Comedy Central's decision to make Trevor Noah the next "Daily Show" host signals late-night TV's shift to more diverse audiences.

  • Critic's Notebook
Nobody punctures blowhards better than Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'

Jon Stewart, whose work on 'The Daily Show' made 'The Colbert Report' and 'The Nightly Show' possible, will be hard to replace

Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central

Jon Stewart's departure from 'The Daily Show' and Stephen Colbert's exit leave Comedy Central in a quandary.

  • Review
'Rosewater' finds Jon Stewart in solidly serious mode

Jon Stewart is straightforward and mostly effective in film debut 'Rosewater,' based on an Iranian journalist's imprisonment.

Jon Stewart to Fox News: 'Go [bleep] yourself' for using my act

"Daily Show" host Jon Steward is tired of jokes being used to make political points.

The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark

Iran's Maziar Bahari met Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show,' an appearance that got him imprisoned. Out of it came 'Rosewater.'

  • Showtracker
Ben Affleck to Jon Stewart: 'Copycat'

TIFF 2014: Is Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' headed for bigger things?

Jon Stewart's writing and directing debut was the feel-good film of the Telluride festival. Now it's headed to Toronto on a wave of good will.

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