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From On Point
- Week In The News: North Korea Talks, Comey Reveals, Starbucks Takes Heat
Pompeo in North Korea. Comey takes on the Trump. Lessons from Starbucks. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
- Kendrick Wins And Beyoncé Shines: A Historic Week For Black Musicians
Kendrick Lamar scores a Pulitzer. Beyoncé stuns us with her performance at Coachella. We'll talk about what a big week it's been for black musicians.
- Sean Hannity And The Trump Presidency
Questions about Fox News and Sean Hannity. We'll look at his deep ties to the president -- and his relationship with Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen.
- Cuba After Castro
It's the end of an era in Cuba, as President Raúl Castro steps down.
- Mike Pompeo Secretly Meets With Kim Jong Un
The meeting happened over Easter weekend soon after Pompeo was nominated to be secretary of state.
- Remembering Former First Lady Barbara Bush
We’ll remember the life of the plain-spoken former First Lady Barbara Bush, who died yesterday at age 92.
- Students Have Been Marching, But Will They Vote In November?
After Parkland, are youth activists registering to vote? We’ll look at that and the new push to lower the voting age.
- How We're 'Killing Ourselves To Live Longer'
Author Barbara Ehrenreich (ERIN- rike)) argues we are killing ourselves to live longer.
- Arrest Of 2 Black Men At Starbucks Sparks Protests
Outrage grows over the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks. The CEO apologizes but the video has gone viral.
- Prepping For 'The Big One' And The Inevitability Of Natural Disasters
How to prepare for the Big One. A seismologist looks at lessons from history—from as far back as Pompeii.