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Top reporters open their notebooks and share what they’re watching for in the week ahead.
If addiction is a disease, should a relapse send you back to jail? A first-in-the nation court case could decide.
Trump’s about-face on family separation. Immigration battle in Congress. Retaliatory tariffs. The roundtable dives in.
How can classic rock survive when its stars are aging and dying?
The art of provocation from White House advisor and immigration enforcer Stephen Miller – who’s calling the shots on the forced family separations at the border.
Rising seas threaten hundreds of thousands of homes along the U.S. coasts, putting at risk a lot more than real estate.
The president’s call for a new military command focused on future battles in outer space. We’ll look at the new Space Force.
Recreational pot is legal in many states, now comes the battle over where it can be sold. Cities and towns want their say.
Family separation and stricter asylum laws are “immoral,” says Cardinal Daniel DiNardo. He joins us as we talk about the situation at the border.
Juneteenth is a holiday most Americans have never heard of but should know about. We’ll look at the history and the stories behind the holiday.
Top reporters open their notebooks and share what they’re working on and watching for in the week ahead.
Science is under attack from quack experts and self-appointed activists, warns a top doctor who has been caught in the crossfires. He makes the case.
Comey and the Clinton email report. Implied verification and North Korea. The Supreme Court and voter registration. The news roundtable weighs in.
The World Cup kicks off in Russia. The U.S. team didn’t make the cut but there are plenty of teams to watch and politics to unpack.
High profits and the Trump presidency. Senior advisors Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner raked in a lot of money last year while working for the government. What about Trump himself?
Three decades of "The Simpsons." We turn our eye on Springfield with a top writer who has been in the mix since day one.
Former White House records management analyst Solomon Lartey taped scraps of paper -- that had been torn apart -- back together for posterity.
The fate of the AT&T Time Warner deal has been decided. And with it, a message sent to media moguls and beyond.
The flow of information to the public in the Age of Trump. What do we know about what the government is doing in our name and with our tax dollars?
She told graduates to "be your own cheerleader."