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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.

Mike Janke is the chief executive officer of Silent Circle, a company that sells privacy devices and apps. Silent Circle hide caption

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A Privacy Capitalist Wins Big After Snowden

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Crimea's new prime minister, Sergei Aksyonov (right), and the speaker of the legislature, Vladimir Konstantinov, attend a rally at Red Square in Moscow on March 18, the day Russia annexed the territory. Russia is pumping billions into Crimea after taking it from Ukraine. However, corruption has been a major problem in Crimea. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Now That Russia Has Crimea, What Is Moscow's Plan?

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The Daily Show recently debuted its newest correspondent, Michael Che. Paul Marotta/Courtesy of Michael Che hide caption

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

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The number of fathers in the U.S. who stay at home with their children has nearly doubled since 1989. iStockphoto hide caption

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Stay-At-Home Dads On The Rise, And Many Of Them Are Poor

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Doctors used a rapid DNA test to identify a Wisconsin teen's unusual infection with Leptospira bacteria (yellow), which are common in the tropics. CDC/Rob Weyant hide caption

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Quick DNA Tests Crack Medical Mysteries Otherwise Missed

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A new exhibit at the Mississippi state archives includes photographs, excerpts from journals and film clips documenting 1964's Freedom Summer. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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

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