Jordan Klepper reacts to the British Parliament insulting one of his fellow Americans, Donald Trump.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reviews the fiscal benefits of her country leaving the U.K.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon talks about her country's relationship with the U.K.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains the benefits of U.K. independence.
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Congress avoids calling itself back into session to debate military action against ISIS.
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Black Caucus Representative Marcia Fudge interprets McCain and Graham's attack on Susan Rice.
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Rupert Murdoch enjoyed 35 years of "healthy friendships" with British prime ministers.
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Aasif Mandvi reports on Egypt's first-round parliamentary election.
The U.K. censors Jon's praise of Parliament during the Rupert Murdoch hearings.
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Rupert Murdoch's beautiful, adopted Chinese wife deflects the pie that humanizes him nonetheless.
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Prime Minister of England David Cameron takes on all comers in the parliamentary pit.
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Wendi Deng pummels an idiot and scowls at Rupert Murdoch's Parliamentary hearing.
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Rupert Murdoch throws his subordinates under a lowly bus.
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The News of the World whistleblower dies, and Rupert Murdoch escapes a Parliamentary pie attack.
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Stephen calls India to congratulate Shashi Tharoor on his parliamentary win.
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John Oliver defends England and its unwittingly public-funded moats.
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