Alex Younger – known as 'C' – said IS-style terrorism posed a 'persistent threat', driven by the internet revolution and the breaking down of international barriers.In a rare public appearance at a security conference in Washington DC, he said 'deep social economic and demographic drivers' meant there was little sign of the 'enduring' danger disappearing soon...Scepticism surrounds the footage of the man calling himself Yevgeniy Petrenko, who is dressed all in black making a direct appeal to the leader of the Kremlin in a video markedly different to ISIS' usual publications.
This is the final year of The Daily Show to be hosted by Jon Stewart, whose final episode was on August 6, 2015.
This is also the first year of The Daily Show to be hosted by Trevor Noah, whose first episode was on September 28, 2015.
On February 10, 2015, Stewart announced that he would resign at a later time in the year, Stewart's hour-plus-long final episode on August 6 featured reunions with former Daily Show correspondents and cameo video clips from people Stewart had targeted over the years including Bill O'Reilly, John Mc Cain, Chris Christie, and Hillary Clinton.
It concluded with a performance by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Donald Trump's remarks about John Mc Cain not being a war hero keep Jon from discussing real stories that occurred during their break. Paul Rudd talks about his new film and status as a superhero.
Trevor Noah's first episode as the new host of The Daily Show.
Noah begins by acknowledging his predecessor Jon Stewart, pledging to continue the "war on bullshit" that Stewart waged during his tenure as host.
Pope Francis visits the United States, John Boehner resigns as Speaker of the House, NASA finds evidence of water on Mars, and comedian Kevin Hart discusses his film, Ride Along 2.
Note: The original airing of this episode was simulcast by Viacom on Nick-at-Nite, Spike, MTV, MTV2, mtv U, VH1, VH1 Classic, BET, Centric, CMT, TV Land, and Logo TV.
Jordan Klepper weighs in on the ethics of using service apps like Uber, Hasan Minhaj examines the robots threaten the jobs of journalists, and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin discusses his film "Steve Jobs."Roy Wood, Jr.
visits the Justice or Else rally to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, CNN gets ready to host the first Democratic presidential debate, and Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses mass incarceration in the U. The Best F#@king News Team Ever visits Trevor after he has an emergency appendectomy, Desi Lydic examines how Republican officials in Nebraska were able to abolish the state's death penalty through conservative politicking, China ends its one-child policy, and actress Regina King discusses "The Leftovers." World leaders head to Paris, France for the COP21 climate conference, Jessica Williams searches for a hoverboard that actually flies, and Nick Cannon discusses the film "Chi-Raq." Note: Rapper Chris Brown was originally scheduled to be the guest in this episode, but was quietly replaced shortly before the taping.