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In Deep-Red Alabama, An Unexpectedly Close Senate Race Enters Homestretch

We go to Alabama for the homestretch of the Roy Moore-Doug Jones showdown for the Senate.

In Deep-Red Alabama, An Unexpectedly Close Senate Race Enters Homestretch

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Week In The News: Franken's Fall, Trump's Jerusalem Nod, California Fires

California burns. Franken's fate. Recognizing Jerusalem. An Olympic ban for Russia. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

Week In The News: Franken's Fall, Trump's Jerusalem Nod, California Fires

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Time's Person Of The Year: People Who Broke Silence On Sexual Abuse

Time magazine's Person of the Year is the #MeToo silence breakers. Where does the movement go?

Time's Person Of The Year: People Who Broke Silence On Sexual Abuse

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Federally Protected Lands Are Shrinking In The Trump Administration

The largest rollback of federally protected lands in U.S. history this week at Bears Ears and the Grand Staircase-Escalante. We'll look at what's next.

Federally Protected Lands Are Shrinking In The Trump Administration

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Russia Banned From 2018 Winter Olympics For Doping

Crime and punishment. The International Olympic Committee bans Russia from the 2018 Olympic Games. We'll look at what it all means for sports and politics.

Russia Banned From 2018 Winter Olympics For Doping

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Gay Rights, Religious Freedom At Issue In 'Masterpiece Cakeshop' Supreme Court Arguments

Cake wars. The Supreme Court hears the case of the baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for a gay couple. Their ruling could change the boundaries of free speech.

Gay Rights, Religious Freedom At Issue In 'Masterpiece Cakeshop' Supreme Court Arguments

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Henry Louis Gates Jr. And Maria Tatar Share African-American Folktales

A groundbreaking collection of African-American folktales is out. We'll turn the pages with Henry Louis Gates Jr. and folklore scholar Maria Tatar.

Henry Louis Gates Jr. And Maria Tatar Share African-American Folktales

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Trump May Recognize Jerusalem As Israel's Capital — What Could It Mean?

President Trump may this week recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and perhaps move the U.S. embassy there—we'll look at the ramifications.

Trump May Recognize Jerusalem As Israel's Capital — What Could It Mean?

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When Should Your Kids Get Smartphones? Some Say Wait Until 8th Grade

Just in time for the holidays, a new movement to keep smartphones out of the hands of children till the eighth grade. We're consulting the experts.

When Should Your Kids Get Smartphones? Some Say Wait Until 8th Grade

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders And The Modern White House Press Secretary

Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defends and deflects from the White House. Is she just doing her job?

Sarah Huckabee Sanders And The Modern White House Press Secretary

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