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For Comic Michael Che, 'Comfortable' Comedy Won't Fly

Che is The Daily Show's newest correspondent. He may be a new face, but TV audiences are already familiar with his comedy. He spent the past year writing sketches for Saturday Night Live.

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For Comic Michael Che, 'Comfortable' Comedy Won't Fly

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Quick DNA Tests Crack Medical Mysteries Otherwise Missed

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Mississippi Marks 50 Years Since History-Changing 'Freedom Summer'

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