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A Russian Invasion: Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Mar 12, 2014
| 148-part series
Pundits ponder the loss of Crimea, but Jon Stewart points out that it's hardly a blow to the United States. After all, the region isn't exactly known for being part of U.S. 'strategic or fossil fuel-type interests.' Plus: Sprint overcharges the federal government for wiretapping, Edward Snowden makes his return to America via live SXSW broadcast, and President Obama appears on the Zach Galifianakis web video series 'Between Two Ferns.' Read more from National Journal.
Author: Reena Flores
About This Series
Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy