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Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump shake hands before a meeting in Helsinki, on July 16, 2018.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump shake hands before a meeting in Helsinki, on July 16, 2018.

Thursday, Jan 17 10 a.m. (ET)

Catching Up With The Russia Investigation

Stories from The Washington Post and The New York Times shed new light on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Rick Walker, a member of a group of supporters of US President Barack Obama that call themselves "The Other 95 Percent," argues with Jim Holderness (L) as he holds his 3-year-old son Evan, during a counter rally to the Tea Party's rally on the National Mall in 2010.

Rick Walker, a member of a group of supporters of US President Barack Obama that call themselves "The Other 95 Percent," argues with Jim Holderness (L) as he holds his 3-year-old son Evan, during a counter rally to the Tea Party's rally on the National Mall in 2010.

Thursday, Jan 17 11 a.m. (ET)

America To A Fault

Two historians on the decline of “somewhat forced consensus” in the United States.

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The Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Middletown, Pennsylvania.

The Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Middletown, Pennsylvania.

Wednesday, Jan 16 11 a.m. (ET)

A Former Regulator Rethinks Nuclear Energy

Greg Jaczko used to lead the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. But in his new book, he says nuclear power is too hazardous.

A pro-Remain campaigner wears stickers on her face outside the House of Commons on January 15, 2019 in London.

A pro-Remain campaigner wears stickers on her face outside the House of Commons on January 15, 2019 in London.

Wednesday, Jan 16 10 a.m. (ET)

Brexit Deal Rejected: Now What?

Parliament voted down Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal. May will face a no-confidence vote tomorrow.

What movies are you excited about in 2019?

What movies are you excited about in 2019?

Tuesday, Jan 15 11:31 a.m. (ET)

Lights! Camera! 2019!

We're looking at the year's most-anticipated movies.

United Teachers Los Angeles Union President Alex Caputo-Pearl (R) speaks to striking teachers and their supporters outside John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California on the first day of the teachers' strike. Teachers of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school district in the United States, are striking for smaller class sizes, better school funding and higher teacher pay.

United Teachers Los Angeles Union President Alex Caputo-Pearl (R) speaks to striking teachers and their supporters outside John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California on the first day of the teachers' strike. Teachers of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school district in the United States, are striking for smaller class sizes, better school funding and higher teacher pay.

Tuesday, Jan 15 11 a.m. (ET)

What The LA Teacher Strike Means For The Nation

It’s nearly twice as large as last year’s strike in West Virginia

Demonstrators gather near the Chicago studio of singer R. Kelly to call for a boycott of his music after allegations of sexual abuse against young girls were raised on the highly-rated Lifetime mini-series "Surviving R. Kelly."

Demonstrators gather near the Chicago studio of singer R. Kelly to call for a boycott of his music after allegations of sexual abuse against young girls were raised on the highly-rated Lifetime mini-series "Surviving R. Kelly."

Tuesday, Jan 15 10 a.m. (ET)

Black Women, #MeToo & ‘Surviving R. Kelly’

Allegations about the singer date back to 1994.

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