A Scandal of EPA Proportions: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Megyn Kelly sticks to her Santa Claus guns, apparently CIA "work" isn’t so hard—and more.

John Beale, a former top official at the Environmental Protection Agency, was sentenced to a stint in prison after he took nearly $1 million in salary benefits for work he never performed. Beale was apparently too busy "working" for the CIA.

Plus, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly sticks to her white Santa Claus guns. And to nobody's surprise, Stephen Colbert's favorite person, Bill O'Reilly, comes to her defense.

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