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Harry Smith will take over Dan Rather's daily radio feature after it ends a 24-year run on the CBS News Radio Network today. Harry Smith Reporting, a two and a half minute daily feature, will begin Thursday, March 10, on the network's 300 radio stations.Harry Smith offers probing analysis and compelling commentary on national and world affairs, politics and current events.

Harry Smith will take over Dan Rather's daily radio feature after it ends a 24-year run on the CBS News Radio Network today. Harry Smith Reporting, a two and a half minute daily feature, will begin Thursday, March 10, on the network's 300 radio stations.Harry Smith offers probing analysis and compelling commentary on national and world affairs, politics and current events.
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Harry Smith will take over Dan Rather's daily radio feature after it ends a 24-year run on the CBS News Radio Network today. Harry Smith Reporting, a two and a half minute daily feature, will begin Thursday, March 10, on the network's 300 radio stations.Harry Smith offers probing analysis and compelling commentary on national and world affairs, politics and current events.

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Episodes

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: FACEBOOK SUED

9/18/2018
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Facebook is being sued. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker has more details in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: HURRICANE FLORENCE

9/17/2018
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Hurricane Florence has left the Carolinas, in its wake widespread flooding and destruction causing headaches and heartache for residents. CBS News Correspondent Jim Krasula has today's "Reporter's Notebook" from on the ground in North Carolina.

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: HURRICANE FLORENCE

9/14/2018
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CBS News Correspondent Peter King -- who is no stranger to hurricanes -- has some advice for the people in the hurricane zones on today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: MENTAL HEALTH-COLLEGE STUDENTS

9/13/2018
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A new report in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology shows large numbers of new college students are reporting major mental health issues, but many aren't getting the help they need. Vicki Barker has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: U.S DIPLOMATS-CUBA

9/12/2018
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A U.S. adversary is generating headlines again -- CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey has more on today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: REMEMBERING 9-11

9/11/2018
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On this September 11, emotions and memories are strong. CBS News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf shares one of his in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: SYRIAN MILITARY ASSAULT

9/10/2018
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An intense military assault by Syrian forces has forced about 30,000 people from their homes in northwest Syria. A U.N. relief coordinator says the assault is backed by Russia and Iran. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk has more from the U.N. in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: ELON MUSK - MARIJUANA

9/7/2018
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CBS News Correspondent Peter King has some thoughts on Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk on today's "Reporters Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: KAVANAUGH

9/6/2018
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Spectacle in the Senate. Steve Dorsey has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: TRUMP-WOODWARD

9/5/2018
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Responding to the forthcoming Bob Woodward book, "Fear," President Trump is repeating his suggestion that libel laws should be changed. CBS News White House correspondent Steven Portnoy has more on today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: KAVANAUGH CONFIRMATION CHAOS

9/4/2018
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It was an entertaining morning at the Senate Judiciary Committee--although it is not clear whether the guest of honor, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, was actually entertained. Thane Rosenbaum has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: CURSIVE WRITING

9/3/2018
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In today's Reporter's Notebook, we look back at when the "writing" in Readin', Writin', and 'Rithmetic meant something OTHER than typing. Vicki Barker has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: ARETHA FRANKLIN

8/31/2018
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Family, friends, even politicians are in attendance for Aretha Franklin's funeral. WWJ reporter Vicki Thomas has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: MCCAIN MEMORIAL

8/30/2018
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As the political discourse in the U.S. continues to sink, the country is mourning the loss of a champion of reaching beyond party and philosophical boundaries. CBS News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf has more in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: FLORIDA PRIMARY

8/29/2018
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A day after Florida voters chose their nominees for Governor, charges of Racism for the Republican winner. CBS News Correspondent Peter King has more on today's "Reporters Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: ARETHA MEMORIAL

8/28/2018
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Fans gathered in Detroit today to pay their respects to the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin. WWJ Reporter Charlie Langton was at the memorial service and he has today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: JOHN MCCAIN

8/27/2018
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Among those reflecting on the life and legacy of John McCain is former CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Bob Schieffer. CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman has Schieffer's take on the late Senator in today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: JOHN MCCAIN

8/24/2018
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His family says Arizona Senator John McCain's battle with cancer is nearing its end. CBS News White House correspondent Steven Portnoy has today's Reporter's Notebook.

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: ARMED TEACHERS

8/23/2018
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CBS News Correspondent Peter King has a look at a reported U.S. Government proposal to arm teachers on today's "Reporter's Notebook."

Duration:00:00:44

REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: MICROSOFT RUSSIA

8/22/2018
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On Monday, Microsoft said that internet security and privacy has been breached by a group connected to the Russian government. CBS News Tech Analyst Larry Magid has today's Reporter's Notebook.

Duration:00:00:44