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According to the United Nations, over half of the Syrian population has now been displaced and are in need of humanitarian assistance.

According to the United Nations, over half of the Syrian population has now been displaced and are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Friday, Apr 13 12 p.m. (ET)

A U.N. Official On The Humanitarian Crisis In Syria Then How Rodgers And Hammerstein Forever Changed Broadway

As President Trump contemplates military action in Syria, one U.N. official warns the humanitarian crisis is at its worst since the war began eight years ago. Then, they wrote some of the most popular musicals of all time. A new biography retells the story of how Rodgers and Hammerstein revolutionized Broadway.

Mark Zuckerberg told reporters this week that the data of as many as 87 million  Facebook users was improperly shared with the political consulting from Cambridge Analytica.

Mark Zuckerberg told reporters this week that the data of as many as 87 million Facebook users was improperly shared with the political consulting from Cambridge Analytica.

Friday, Apr 06 12 p.m. (ET)

Facebook And Online Privacy Then What Sinclair’s Fake News Promos Say About The State Of Media

New revelations about Facebook data breaches and concerns over online privacy protections. Then, a video of Sinclair Broadcast Group news anchors delivering the exact same message about "fake news" goes viral. What it says about media consolidation and conservative TV's ties to President Trump.

Students at Community High School in Richmond, VA. participated in the National Walkout on March 14 honoring the student who died in Parkland, Florida.

Students at Community High School in Richmond, VA. participated in the National Walkout on March 14 honoring the student who died in Parkland, Florida.

Friday, Mar 23 12 p.m. (ET)

Teens Take To The Streets To Demand Safer Schools And A Novel About Living And Dying With ALS

The national debate over guns spills into the streets with student-led protests planned for this weekend. Then, a conversation with Lisa Genova, author of "Still Alice." Her latest novel tells the story of a family grappling with ALS.

Pope Francis waves after leading his weekly general audience at St. Peter's Square at the Vatican June 11, 2014.

Pope Francis waves after leading his weekly general audience at St. Peter's Square at the Vatican June 11, 2014.

Friday, Mar 16 12 p.m. (ET)

Pope Francis And The Future Of The Catholic Church And Understanding The Diversity Visa Lottery

As Pope Francis marks his fifth year as head of the Catholic Church, a conversation with New York Times columnist Ross Douthat on the future of Catholicism. Then, fact checking President Trump’s claims about the diversity visa lottery, along with a first-hand experience of what it means to be a lottery winner.

The 2018 midterm elections kicked off this week with primary voting in Texas. Many predict big gains for the Democrats in November, fueled by  grassroots efforts across the country. But some analysts wonder if this energy can translate to a healthier Democratic Party.

The 2018 midterm elections kicked off this week with primary voting in Texas. Many predict big gains for the Democrats in November, fueled by grassroots efforts across the country. But some analysts wonder if this energy can translate to a healthier Democratic Party.

Friday, Mar 09 12 p.m. (ET)

Divisions Among Democrats, How Corporations Became People And The Producer Of “A Wrinkle In Time”

Emerging riffs in the Democratic Party, how corporations used their power to win civil rights and the producer of “A Wrinkle In Time” on turning her favorite childhood book into a movie.

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