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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.

Russell Brand Says He Wants A 'Revolution'
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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.

The Hard And Soft Rules Of Apple Cider
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Domestic Violence And #WhyIStayed

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

Domestic Violence And #WhyIStayed
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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.

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

Modi's India
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Ray LaMontagne Goes Psychedelic

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

Ray LaMontagne Goes Psychedelic
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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.

Sherpas And The Everest Avalanche
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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.

Space Oceans And Looking For Life
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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.

Jindal, Portman And The GOP Leaders Of Today
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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.

Long Odds: The Science Of Probability
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