Governor Christie's Political Traffic Jam: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Obamacare is modeled after the Olympics, congressional privileges—and more.

Governor Chris Christie can't get out of this traffic scandal fast enough. But the late-night comedy shows aren't about to let him make a quick exit.

Plus, the Obama administration plans to air ads during the Winter Olympics promoting Obamacare. Jimmy Fallon has the latest on why this is actually a genius idea.

And a congressman hates the idea of unemployment benefits for the average American. Paying people for their lack of work is only a privilege of Congress, after all.

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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