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Anarchy in the Ukraine: Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Feb 26, 2014 | 148-part series
The violent uprisings unfolding in the Ukraine have major implications for the nation's political future. But what does the United States care about any of that? The American news media have a sole focus: the midterm elections. Plus: Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel cuts the Army budget, Chris Christie is still a bully, and Arizona is weighing the pros and cons of a controversial anti-gay bill. Read more from National Journal.
About This Series
Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy