Pitch Perfect Plus05/22/15
Pitch Perfect 2 is the number one movie in the country, and it's over the top on a capella.
Week In The News: ISIS, Airbags, Goodbye Letterman
ISIS rolls on. A TPP vote. Biggest recall ever – airbags. And Letterman's last bow. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
The Arctic Rush
The Arctic Circle is opening up at a gallop as the ice disappears. Oil, gold, armies, spies. Big opportunities and fear of the consequences.
With student debt topping $1 trillion, a renewed call for radical change – maybe even free public university tuition. We'll hear more about it.
Where Advertising Is Looking For You
David Letterman is leaving television. So are advertising dollars. We'll look at the changes in TV and how today's industry tries to reach you.
Ramadi Falls. Is Iraq Over?
The ISIS flag now flies over Ramadi. US and Iraqi forces are mobilizing to take it back. But can they? And what if they can't?
Chinese Rail In South America
As the US struggles with infrastructure, China moves to build a brand new railway across South America. We'll get the story.
The Biker Gangs Of Texas
A look at the bloody shoot-out in Waco. We'll look at what blew up at the Twin Peaks Sports Bar. Plus, the latest on Jade Helm.
Where Does America Fit In The World?
Choices to be made about America's future place in the world, from large and in charge to walking softly and fixing our own problems first. Global strategist Ian Bremmer joins us.
Learning How To Say 'I Do'
Beyond the cake, the dress and the "I do's." Ellen McCarthy tells us what she learned about marriage as the Washington Post's wedding reporter. Plus: looking back at the life of blues legend B.B. King.
Week In The News: Amtrak Crash, TPP Snags In Senate, Camp...
The deadly train derailment. Democrats tangle over trade. Jeb Bush's Iraq War fumble. A Gulf State summit. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
What Michelle Obama Can Tell Us About Race In America
Michelle Obama opened up about race in a powerful commencement speech. We ask black women for reaction and personal reflection.
Global Migrant Crisis Grows
The migrant crisis spills into Southeast Asia. Desperate people on the move. Blocked. Abandoned at sea. Europe's still reeling from its own influx. What's to be done?
Costs And Viability For Extremely Premature Babies
Saving extremely premature babies. A new study shows many can survive as early as 22 weeks. We'll look at the techniques, the ethics and the life-long impact.
Topsy-Turvy Global Trade Politics
We'll look at the white-hot politics of trade as President Obama and Congress go to the mat on the TPP.
Upset Now? Chris Hedges Thinks Tomorrow Could Be Even Worse
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, now peace activist Chris Hedges says revolutions come in waves and cycles. And the world is ripe for a new one.
NSA Bulk Surveillance Debate Gets New Heat
A federal appeals court rules NSA bulk surveillance illegal just as the Patriot Act is up for renewal in Congress. We'll have the debate.
The Blistering Satire Of Jonathan Swift
Jonathan Swift wrote "Gulliver's Travels" and blistering satire on human nature. He's relevant again. We'll bring back Jonathan Swift.
How EDM Vaulted Out Of The Underground And Into The...
Everyone on the dance floor. How electronic dance music conquered America.
Week In The News: 2016 Announcement Season, Shooting In...
Terrorism and Muhammad cartoons. The GOP 2016 field widens. The Senate votes on Iran deal. Deflategate. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
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