Losing Net Neutrality: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Pope Francis sets up a bad joke, Chris Christie refuses to give up his chairmanship—and more.

A recent court ruling striking down net neutrality has the Internet reeling. Cable companies are strong-arming The Colbert Report, the decision's very first victim.

Plus: Pope Francis sets up a bad joke when he extends a lunch invitation to 16 Argentine rabbis.

And while there have been calls for Chris Christie's resignation from his chairmanship of the Republican Governors Association, the New Jersey Governor is adamantly staying put.

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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