The Gold Medal in Olympic Coverage: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Clay Aiken begins his political career, Jimmy Fallon tells the longest political joke ever—and more.

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The world trains its eyes on Sochi and the Olympic Games. Russia isn't doing too well underneath all that scrutiny: athletes' accommodations are lacking, the Opening Ceremonies included failing props, and David Letterman gets cranky.

Plus: Clay Aiken makes a bid for Congress, hoping to unseat Republican Renee Ellmers, while Jimmy Fallon gives a highlight reel of his monologues for his last performance on Late Night.

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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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