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A Near-Drone Experience

photo of Mauro Whiteman
February 20, 2014

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.

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