Jon Stewart ditches the comedy to deliver a somber monologue on the Charleston shooting

Norman Weiss

Jon Stewart ditches the comedy to deliver a somber monologue on the Charleston shooting
Stewart apologized Thursday for not doing his usual Daily Show, in response to the South Carolina tragedy. "I honestly have nothing," said Stewart, "other than just sadness once again that we have to peer into the abyss of the depraved violence that we do to each other and the nexus of a just gaping racial wound that will not heal that we pretend doesn't exist." After his emotional monologue, Stewart went straight to interviewing his guest, Malala Yousafzai.

Brian Williams embarks on an "apology tour"
The former NBC Nightly News anchor spent Thursday afternoon apologizing to NBC News staff in New York. Then he traveled to Washington, D.C. to do the same at the local NBC News bureau. PLUS: Rachel Maddow welcomes Williams back to MSNBC.

Nat Geo is developing a limited drama series based on the Chernobyl disaster
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James Corden and Iggy Azalea wear wedding dresses for Carpool Karaoke
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What is Emilia Clarke doing on crutches?
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Jimmy Fallon plays True Confessions with the True Detective stars
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