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A Near-Drone Experience: Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Feb 20, 2014
| 148-part series
The Obama administration's policy on drone strikes requires "near certainty" that civilians won't be killed. Jon Stewart does the math — and gives the U.S. a "gentleman's D" on the drone strike report card.
Plus: Terrorists-in-training accidentally detonate themselves, Conan O'Brien says Republicans want the 2007 health-care reform called "Bushcare," and Obama's trip to Mexico leads to the announcement that the U.S. is ending its dependency on foreign weed, David Letterman reports.
About This Series
Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy