How Trevor Noah steers ‘The Daily Show’ in the age of Trump09:06
Since Trevor Noah took over the reins of “The Daily Show” from former host Jon Stewart in 2015, the country’s political landscape has changed dramatically. In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, the “Born a Crime” author talks to Willie Geist about what it’s like to plan a show that can be affected by a tweet from President Trump, how he sets himself apart from other late-night hosts, and why he credits his success to his mother.
Dylan Dreyer shares a funny story from reporting out in the field01:47
Bernice ‘Bunny’ Sandler, the ‘Godmother of Title IX,’ dies at 9001:39
‘The Sopranos’ cast on the show’s success 20 years after its premiere03:47
The ‘Instagram effect’ is driving too many tourists to some destinations03:48
Natalie Portman on what ‘Vox Lux’ says about today’s media landscape08:04
Bus driver saves barefoot toddler wandering alone, and more Highs and Lows03:26