Play of the Day
8:44 AM ET The Daily Show looks at putting more women in combat roles.
May 3 Ted Cruz's running mate takes a tumble in Indiana and it's quite symbolic.
April 29 They may not be leading the polls, but they're all over late-night TV.
April 28 The Texan tapped Carly Fiorina to be his VP pick, but he's getting creamed by Donald Trump.
April 27 Seth Meyers examines the upcoming veepstakes.
April 26 The dynamic duo is taking on Donald Trump, but their powers aren't really strong enough.
April 22 Jackson and Tubs sounds like a buddy cop movie more than currency design.
April 21 The Texan's New York concession speech was awkward.
April 20 Maybe it's sincere and maybe it's not, but Clinton seems to know what she's doing.
April 19 Touring Brooklyn, the 2016 hopeful makes an awkward speech to some Jews.
April 18 The 2016 race between Sanders and Clinton is lambasted again as last week's debate got heated.
April 15 The Texan tells stories to humanize himself, but they always just come off creepy.
April 14 The mogul's campaign is having some trouble rounding up delegates.
April 13 Appearing in that skit with Bill de Blasio was not a good idea.
April 12 Samantha Bee compares the party officials to the man behind the curtain.
April 11 It's almost the New York primary and the 2016 contenders are in full pander mode.
April 8 Hillary Clinton rides the subway and Ted Cruz gets a chilly reception in the Empire State.
April 7 The Department for the Farms and the Bureau of Birds and Foxes are very wasteful fake federal agencies.
April 6 The Daily Show dug up a very old, very creepy interview.
April 5 Benghazi, email, Libya, the Clinton Foundation, her dancing… It's a long list.
April 4 The president said the 2016 GOP frontrunner “doesn’t know much about foreign policy or nuclear policy… or the world generally."
April 1 The president's not trying very hard in his final year.
March 31 As Stephen Colbert explains, Trump's lack of maturity is a certain kind of selling point.
March 30 John Kerry might be ashamed, but that wall's going to make us all proud.
March 29 The candidate said it was symbolism, but it was probably just one dinosaur seeing another.
March 25 The Daily Show looks at the newest developments in the privacy battle.
March 24 An anti-Trump ad had the real estate mogul fired up on Twitter, so Cruz countered by quoting an Aaron Sorkin movie.
March 23 The president's trip to Cuba has provided ample comedy.
March 22 If Obama doesn't want to look like Raúl Castro's puppet, maybe he should tighten up his arm movements.
March 21 John Oliver goes long on the contracting dream (or nightmare) for America's southern border.
March 18 The real estate mogul's top advisor is himself.
March 17 After winning his home state, the Ohio governor was nearly buried in festive paper.
March 16 Is the frontrunner getting complacent?
March 15 Trump may say some inflammatory things, but accusing him of putting ketchup on his hot dogs is way more serious.
March 14 After violence erupts in Chicago, late-night hosts suggest this was all inevitable.
March 11 Clinton says she's not a 'natural politician,' but is Sanders?
March 10 Was the GOP frontrunner giving a victory speech or an informercial Tuesday night?
March 9 An unofficial Bernie Sanders store is selling a 'ceramic pipe.'
March 8 What was once the part of Abraham Lincoln may become the party of Donald Trump.
March 7 This election cycle got really gross really quick.