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Late-Night Comedy Roundup

America and Russia are 'Tit for Tat': Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Mar 24, 2014 | 148-part series
Video by Reena Flores

Two world powers are engaging in a back-and-forth war of sanctions, and cable networks are reporting the news with a few inappropriate comments. Jimmy Fallon compiles them all together to demonstrate exactly how to get fined by the FCC.

Plus: Medical marijuana gets its first television ad, while White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is accused of taking reporters' questions in advance of his daily briefings.

Author: Reena Flores

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