"He was one of our most precious gems. An honest and courageous comedy genius. I love him," Jim Carrey wrote.
Only a fraction of the 500,000 people exposed to toxins at Ground Zero have gotten money from the federal fund that compensates victims, even as the death toll rises.
The comedian and Pete Davidson are hosting a charity benefit to raise money for 9/11 charities, and it will feature a whole host of A-list stars on the mic.
Jon Stewart and Pete Davidson have teamed up to organize "NYC Still Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration," marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
During a Monday appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", Stewart shared his belief that COVID-19 originated from within the walls of China's Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Making an appearance "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Monday, Stewart pointed the finger squarely at the Wuhan Institute of Virology as he discussed the origins of the virus.
The episode of 'Crossfire,' which aired in 2004, shows Stewart telling Carlson that regarding "a responsibility to the public discourse," he had "failed miserably."
The late-night host's comments came amid the Wall Street frenzy that saw amateur investors from Reddit's WallStreetBets community disrupt hedge funds last week by taking on those short-selling GameStop stocks.
The former "Daily Show" host was moved to join the platform amid the Wall Street/Reddit/GameStop frenzy that currently has enthralled the world.
It wouldn't be the holidays without the annual talk about the so-called "War on Christmas." But when did this controversy actually start?
"Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year because it reminds us to give thanks and to count our blessings. Suddenly, so many things become so little when we realize how blessed and lucky we are." — Joyce Giraud
Prince Harry prepares for a light-hearted turn alongside Jon Stewart, Bruce Springsteen and Tiffany Haddish on the "Stand Up for Heroes" comedy night.
Prince Harry, Tiffany Haddish, Sheryl Crow, and many other comedians and musicians will join host Jon Stewart for the first virtual edition of the yearly benefit.
"Whatever barriers we've put up are gone, even if it's momentary," the then-host of "The Daily Show" said during his broadcast following the 9/11 attacks.
In honor of the actor's 62nd birthday, we're taking a look at the history behind the popular "Six Degrees" game, and what Bacon has said about it.
"I have a mind to call him a scallawag and a ragamuffin," the comedian joked earlier in the day about GOP Senator Rand Paul.
"If Mitch McConnell or anybody in the Senate plays games, myself and my team, Jon Stewart, we come back and make their lives miserable," the 9/11 first responder said.
"I'm hoping today that we challenge his humanity and Mitch McConnel has a chance to show America that Republicans and Democrats can come together for truly a bipartisan issue," John Feal said.
"I remember when all Americans were ONE after the 9/11 attack," Giuliani tweeted. "The Senate must vote as ONE for them."
"I want to make it clear that this has never been dealt with compassionately by Senator McConnell. He has always held out until the very last minute, and only then, under intense lobbying and public shaming, has he even deigned to move on it."
For 18 years, it has been one of the singular honors of my life to stand beside the September 11 first responders, survivors and their families in this fight.
The fund is reportedly running out of resources due to a record number of claims. Stewart said lawmakers need to authorize replenishment through 2090.
"It's unconscionable that we have to fight and beg for proper funding. These were the people who, when our nation was attacked on our home soil, toiled in that toxic stew of carcinogens and toxins, despite being told by Christie Whitman [the former director of the EPA] that the air was safe to breathe."
Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart warned Americans against giving President Donald Trump "too much credit" defining the country, saying racial and class divisions existed well before any 2016 Russian election meddling.
They were transported to an animal rescue sanctuary in upstate New York.
"What Donald Trump wants is for us to stop calling his cruelty and fear and divisiveness wrong, but to join him in calling it right."
"If somebody sees this show and learn about restorative justice and they're like, 'Oh, that's a thing?,' great. It's not 'Deadpool 2,' but it's something."
Jon Stewart told the Today show he's "stunned" by the allegations against Louis C.K., but a year ago he laughed them off.
And he's not even the only one who described Trump's tenure using an image involving male genitalia.