The character was never meant to become a serious political commentator—but it happened anyway.
A man allegedly carrying a knife has been shot by police in Paris, one year after the attacks on satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo
The satirical magazine published two cartoons of the child, prompting outrage.
Jon Stewart is finally done destroying, obliterating, disemboweling, firebombing, demolishing and annihilating.
Served in the military? Want to make it in television? Jon Stewart has a boot camp for you.
South Africans see the new 'Daily Show' host as a source of pride and hope.
The 31-year-old South African comedian will take over for Jon Stewart, who is leaving the show after more than 15 years.
Williams is a popular choice for the job, but she says she's "extremely under-qualified."
Groups of hackers have rendered tens of thousands of French websites unusable.
Tarek Alghorani spent seven years in jail for mocking Assad's regime. Now living in Tunisia, his new target is ISIS.
Civil liberties group argues government claims are insufficient to withhold more than 2,100 images.
The magazine was firebombed in 2011 after publishing a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed
In the second SkyMaul catalogue the San Francisco comedy group offers more things you can't live without but will have to somehow
Clickhole.com, which launches tomorrow, wants to do for new media what The Onion did for print journalism 25 years ago
The satire site is shifting some of its energies to mocking the scourge of viral media