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Russell Brand Says He Wants A 'Revolution'

The wild, funny, blithely offensive comedian Russell Brand takes on the world's woes with us. He says he's got the answer.

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The Hard And Soft Rules Of Apple Cider

All about hard cider. It's all over these days. And sweet, fresh apple cider, too. We'll look at the history and comeback.

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Domestic Violence And #WhyIStayed

#WhyIStayed. We're looking at women in and out of relationships of domestic violence.

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The 70th Anniversary Of World War II's 'D-Day'

Seventy years ago, 160,000 allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day. Now they're turning 90. We remember.

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Modi's India

Historic elections in India. We'll go deep on the results and what they'll mean for India, the world and the US.

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Ray LaMontagne Goes Psychedelic

Grammy-winning folk-rock musician Ray LaMontagne goes psychedelic in his brand-new album, "Supernova."

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Sherpas And The Everest Avalanche

A Sherpa boycott on Everest after a deadly avalanche. We'll look at climbing, culture, life, death and money at the top of the world.

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Space Oceans And Looking For Life

Oceans in Space. The new discovery on a moon of Saturn, and the possibility of life there.

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Jindal, Portman And The GOP Leaders Of Today

The future of the GOP from Obamacare to 2016. We'll talk to Ohio Senator Rob Portman and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.

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Long Odds: The Science Of Probability

What are the odds? Nobody won the perfect March Madness bracket billion. We'll look at the science and emotions of probability.

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