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Members of the FBI Evidence Response Team investigate a crime scene May 4 outside of the Curtis Culwell Center after a shooting in Garland, Texas.

Members of the FBI Evidence Response Team investigate a crime scene May 4 outside of the Curtis Culwell Center after a shooting in Garland, Texas.

Wednesday, May 06 10 a.m. (ET)

An Attack Thwarted In Texas, Claims Of Responsibility By ISIS, And The Limits Of Free Speech

The Islamic State claims responsibility for a planned attack outside a Texas art show that featured cartoon depictions of the prophet Mohammed. A look at new questions on the reach of the extremist group, political tolerance and the limits of free speech.

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From left to right: Citizen scientists at the Harbor Branch of the Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, Florida.

From left to right: Citizen scientists at the Harbor Branch of the Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, Florida.

Tuesday, May 05 11 a.m. (ET)

The Environmental Outlook: Citizen Scientists

Scientists increasingly rely on the public to help them with their research. For this month’s Environmental Outlook, a look at the growing use of citizens scientists to track birds, map the universe and monitor climate change.

Ann Ravel, seen here in 2013, discusses a fine levied against two PACs for campaign-reporting violations at a news conference in Sacramento, California.

Ann Ravel, seen here in 2013, discusses a fine levied against two PACs for campaign-reporting violations at a news conference in Sacramento, California.

Tuesday, May 05 10 a.m. (ET)

Paralysis At The Federal Election Commission And What Can Be Done About It

The chair of the Federal Election Commission calls the agency "worse than dysfunctional" and says it may not be able to curb 2016 election abuses. But Republicans don't agree. A look at partisan paralysis at the FEC and what can be done about it.

In this 2004 file photo, a pastor crosses a portion of Thailand's infamous Death Railway tracks after a special dawn vigil in Kanchanaburi.

In this 2004 file photo, a pastor crosses a portion of Thailand's infamous Death Railway tracks after a special dawn vigil in Kanchanaburi.

Monday, May 04 11 a.m. (ET)

Richard Flanagan: “The Narrow Road to the Deep North”

A conversation with Australian author Richard Flanagan about his latest book “The Narrow Road to the Deep North.” The Man Booker Prize-winning novel is based on his father’s experience as a slave laborer in a Japanese POW camp during World War II.

People wait for the bus at the Mondawmin Station while police secure Mondawmin Mall on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland.

People wait for the bus at the Mondawmin Station while police secure Mondawmin Mall on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Monday, May 04 10 a.m. (ET)

Fallout From Freddie Gray’s Death And Underlying Causes of Urban Poverty And Racial Strife In Baltimore And Across the Country

In the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, a look at how income disparity, government housing policies and the decline of manufacturing affect the lives of African-Americans in major U.S. cities.

A Nepalese earthquake victims looks on April 29 at debris of collapsed buildings in Bhaktapur, Nepal.

A Nepalese earthquake victims looks on April 29 at debris of collapsed buildings in Bhaktapur, Nepal.

Friday, May 01 11 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – International

Japan's prime minister urges Congress to support the TPP trade pact. Saudi Arabia's king redraws the line of succession. And the death count in Nepal's earthquake surpasses 6,000. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (R) (I-VT) waits to deliver his remarks April 25 at the South Carolina Democratic Party state convention in Columbia, South Carolina.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (R) (I-VT) waits to deliver his remarks April 25 at the South Carolina Democratic Party state convention in Columbia, South Carolina.

Friday, May 01 10 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – Domestic

Baltimore Police turn over Freddie Gray's death report to the Maryland state prosecutor but not to the public. The Supreme Court hears arguments on same-sex marriage and lethal injections. And Bernie Sanders says he'll run for president as a Democrat. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top national news stories.