World of Watchcraft: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: North Korea’s unemployment benefits, The Daily Show goes inside the online gaming community—and more.

The National Security Agency can't get enough of Americans' private lives. Recent reports reveal that not only has the NSA spied on emails and phone calls, the organization has surveilled the online gaming community as well. This doesn't bode well for The Daily Show correspondent and avid World of Warcraft gamer Aasif Mandvi.

Plus, in today's international news: Kim Jong Un fires his uncle, and Joe Biden finally returns from six days in Japan, China, and South Korea.

Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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