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Anti-abortion activists hold a rally July 28 opposing federal funding for Planned Parenthood in front of the U.S. Capitol.

Anti-abortion activists hold a rally July 28 opposing federal funding for Planned Parenthood in front of the U.S. Capitol.

Thursday, Aug 27 10 a.m. (ET)

New Tactics In The Anti-Abortion Movement

Abortion opponents seek details on women who get abortions and the doctors who perform them. Several states have moved to cut Planned Parenthood funding even for clinics without abortion services. Join us to discuss new tactics in the anti-abortion movement.

These photos, both taken Aug. 24, show two different versions of New Orleans — The recovered Frenchmen Street (left) and the  Lower Ninth Ward, much of which has yet to be rebuilt (right) — 10 years after Hurricane Katrina.

These photos, both taken Aug. 24, show two different versions of New Orleans — The recovered Frenchmen Street (left) and the Lower Ninth Ward, much of which has yet to be rebuilt (right) — 10 years after Hurricane Katrina.

Thursday, Aug 27 11 a.m. (ET)

10 Years Later: Hurricane Katrina And The Long Struggle For Recovery In New Orleans

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, we look at the struggle to rebuild and why recovery efforts aren't spread equitably across the city.

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Copies of "Go Set A Watchman" are stacked July 14 in the old Monroe County Courthouse on the morning of the book's release in the hometown of "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee, in Monroeville, Alabama.

Copies of "Go Set A Watchman" are stacked July 14 in the old Monroe County Courthouse on the morning of the book's release in the hometown of "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee, in Monroeville, Alabama.

Wednesday, Aug 26 11 a.m. (ET)

Readers’ Review: “Go Set A Watchman” By Harper Lee

For our next Readers' Review: "Go Set A Watchman." You've heard about the mystery surrounding its publication, you’ve read the reviews: Now we give you a chance to weigh in on this new release by Harper Lee.

This undated photo released Aug. 25 on a social media site used by Islamic State militants, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows smoke from the detonation of the 2,000-year-old temple of Baalshamin in Syria's ancient caravan city of Palmyra.

This undated photo released Aug. 25 on a social media site used by Islamic State militants, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows smoke from the detonation of the 2,000-year-old temple of Baalshamin in Syria's ancient caravan city of Palmyra.

Wednesday, Aug 26 10 a.m. (ET)

The Islamic State’s Destruction of Antiquities And How it Fits With A Broader Strategy For Power

Islamic State militants have blown up the ancient temple of Baalshamin in Palmyra and beheaded a renowned antiquities scholar. We look at recent atrocities by ISIS and the terror group’s broader strategy for power.

A trader works Aug. 24 on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)  in New York City. As the global economy continues to react from events in China, markets dropped significantly around the world.

A trader works Aug. 24 on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City. As the global economy continues to react from events in China, markets dropped significantly around the world.

Tuesday, Aug 25 10 a.m. (ET)

What A Global Market Sell-Off Means For The U.S. Economy

Ongoing fears of a slowdown in the Chinese economy drive a stock sell-off and declines in commodity prices worldwide. We look at what the global market downturn could mean for the U.S. economy, businesses and consumers.

Lead Mammography Technologist Carmen Waters assists a patient preparing for a mammogram.

Lead Mammography Technologist Carmen Waters assists a patient preparing for a mammogram.

Monday, Aug 24 10 a.m. (ET)

How Do We Treat Early Stage Breast Cancer? A New Study Revives The Debate

About 60,000 American women a year are diagnosed with a kind of early stage breast cancer known as D.C.I.S. A new study is reviving the debate over whether to aggressively treat it. We look at the latest research and what it means for patients.