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Plus: Megyn Kelly definitely knows Santa Claus, Healthcare.gov continues to cause headaches—and more.

The National Security Agency has been able to tap into the webcams of computers for years. But Stephen Colbert has invented the only technology to prevent any such invasions of privacy. He aptly names it the Total Analog Personal Encryption method.

Plus, Megyn Kelly retracts her definitive comments about the race of a fictional character after America rallies against Fox News.

And did anyone notice that Healthcare.gov was down over the weekend? No: No one even realized it was up and running in the first place.

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