A new contender is launching in the competitive cable news market. Al Jazeera America promises more in-depth domestic news and fewer commercials. Judy Woodruff talks with Deborah Potter of NewsLab and Philip Seib of the University of Southern California for more on what to expect from the new network.
The Boy Scouts of America vote on their longstanding gay ban; the city of Baltimore feels the effects of sequestration; a former White House press secretary graduates from a Methodist theological seminary and says he wants to fix Washington's broken politics; and a Sikh community in northern Virginia teaches parents and children how to wrap a turban.
We report on the selection of Pope Francis I, the first Latin American pope, and reaction from the Catholic community and Vatican observers, including a conversation with Rev. James Martin, S.J. Also, we revisit our series on the rise of the religiously unaffiliated with our story about the religious implications. (Originally broadcast October 26, 2012)
Watch more of correspondent Deborah Potter's interview with the pastor and clinical psychologist who founded Stephen Ministries in 1975.
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