Getting Off the NSA's Grid: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Hamas hires its first female spokesperson, Chris Christie gets new legal representation—and more.

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Stephen Colbert has always believed in the National Security Agency's right to spy—especially on other people. But now that new leaks have revealed a vast surveillance network that can even tap computers unconnected to the internet, Colbert is taking a few technological steps back.

Plus: Bridgegate has left Chris Christie to rely on a new legal team.

And in international news, the glass ceiling has been radically broken: Hamas recently signed on its first female spokesperson.

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Reena Flores is an Atlantic Media fellow, working with National Journal's digital team and concentrating on original video production. 

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