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For all their technology, you'd think the National Security Agency wouldn't get caught red-handed quite so often. But it turns out the world is watching—and it's angry. The NSA recently spied on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, along with a few other dozen world leaders.

Plus, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius speaks from under the bus that Obama threw her. Saturday Night Live has an exclusive.

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