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Can Donald Trump Fix Rift in Republican Party?
07:10 — On Sunday TODAY, Willie Geist, NBC’s Katy Tur, Pulitzer prize-winning critic-at-large Wesley Morris and author and reporter Alison Stewart discuss sto (more…)
National importance of Challenger the Bald Eagle
01:55 — Challenger the Bald Eagle has flown the stadiums of major events, from the Super Bowl to eight World Series games. In this interview with CBS News cor (more…)
Book explores America's obsession with junk
03:13 — The junk removal industry is worth nearly $1.5 billion. The Container Store brought in nearly $800 million in sales in 2014 and there are more than tw (more…)
Virginia trooper and suspect killed in Richmond gun battle
02:12 — Virginia State Police are investigating the motive of a shooter who killed a state police officer at a crowded bus station. Trooper Chad Dermyer was k (more…)
Twisters, floods and hail bombard millions in South
02:24 — Deadly storms are battering the southern United States. At least four tornadoes were reported in three states Thursday. Heavy rain triggered flood war (more…)
Dickerson on challenges facing 2016 candidates ahead of primary
02:32 — “Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the latest challenges and controversies facing the presidential candida (more…)
Sanders on Clinton's "lying" claim, chances of winning
06:48 — Hillary Clinton blasted Bernie Sanders at a rally when a Greenpeace activist asked her about taking campaign contributions from the fossil fuel indust (more…)
New push to impeach Alabama governor amid sex scandal
02:53 — Embattled Alabama Governor Robert Bentley is resisting new calls to resign after efforts to impeach him. The Republican chief executive -- who is divo (more…)
Megyn Kelly talks Donald Trump
02:57 — Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly is the target of continuous attacks by Donald Trump this election season. She says it all started in August, after their e (more…)
Clinton fires back at Sanders over fossil fuel money claim
02:37 — Tension is building for the Democrats in New York, where Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaigned Thursday. The next primary is in Wisconsin on T (more…)
Public school renaissance? Behind Dunbar High's success
04:53 — Alison Stewart, the daughter of a Dunbar High School graduate and author of"First Class: The Legacy of Dunbar, America's First Black Public High Schoo (more…)
Preview: The Perfect Score
01:01 — In his first interview about his criminal fraud, Sam Eshaghoff tells how he was able to take the SAT and ACT college admissions exams for others who p (more…)
Freedom Riders Panel Discussion
44:27 — Need to Know's Alison Stewart leads a discussion with 'Freedom Riders' filmmaker Stanley Nelson and four freedom riders.
The long-term effects of unemployment among young workers
04:10 — Despite the improving jobs market, the unemployment rate among young workers those between 16 and 24 years old is more than double the national av (more…)
European business concerned about sanctions on Russia
04:34 — Leaders from the Group of Seven have agreed to quickly impose more sanctions against Russia in response to the crisis in Ukraine. How will these measu (more…)
Tech companies settle wages lawsuit for $325 million
03:57 — Major tech companies including Apple, Adobe, Google and Intel have settled a huge class action lawsuit alleging they colluded not to go after each oth (more…)
New reports suggest slow down in housing market recovery
03:13 — Recent reports suggest that the recovery in the nation s housing market might be starting to slow down, with both existing and new home sales down in (more…)
Historic School Strives to Reclaim Glory Days
09:14 — In 1870, on the heels of civil war and the end of slavery, the nation's first African-American public high school opened just blocks from the U.S. Cap (more…)
Interview: Peter Bergen
07:58 — Alison Stewart talks with CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen about his latest book which charts America's prosecution of the war on terror and (more…)
Violence in South Sudan
10:25 — Alison Stewart sits down with the New York Times East Africa Bureau Chief Jeffrey Gettleman to talk about how Africans view Libyan leader Col.Moammar (more…)
"Wait, what?" Racial discrimination at the USDA.
02:38 — After the headlines of the Shirley Sherrod case in the media have waned, Alison Stewart explains the massive backlog of racial discrimination suits fi (more…)
Crisis Mapping
09:52 — NTK host Alison Stewart reports on technology that uses cell phones to locate disaster victims and get them help. Created after the earthquake in Hait (more…)
Food safety and the egg recall
07:36 — New York Times public health reporter Gardiner Harris talks with Alison Stewart about food safety and regulations that are highlighted by this latest (more…)
'Tiger Mom' Amy Chua Responds to Uproar
07:25 — Author Amy Chua talks to Alison Stewart about her new memoir, 'Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother,' and discusses the uproar over her 'extreme' approach (more…)
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