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.

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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