The Daily Show gets a new sponsor.
Charley Barth took pride in "digital democracy."
Congress has to decide before the end of the year whether it will grant a 1 percent or a 1.8 percent boost in 2015.
Twisters are arriving more frequently in large "clusters," say NOAA scientists.
The rocket, built and launched by Orbital Sciences Corporation, was headed to the International Space Station.
The IRS increased the cap on individual contributions to $18,000 for 2015.
“It was probably a favor to everybody that, in hindsight, that happened,” state senator says.
The kickoff of Sochi's Winter Olympics have been riddled with struggles, but Stephen Colbert thinks one snafu might not be a mistake at all.
Plus: Russia's opening ceremonies gloss over the dark periods of its history, and The Daily Show asks: Is an openly gay football player 'NFL material'?
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