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'Crimeans' Vote to Join Russia

photo of Mauro Whiteman
March 18, 2014

Crimea votes overwhelmingly to join Russia, but Jimmy Fallon isn't convinced that real Crimeans turned out for the vote. Exit poll participants all look eerily similar. Or maybe the vote turned out this way because those who didn't vote to join Russia "answered wrong" and had to try again.

Plus: An earthquake shakes things up in Los Angeles, a Russian state media chief warns the U.S. to stay out of Crimean affairs, and even Kim Jong-un thinks the Crimean vote looks fishy.

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