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U.S. President Barack Obama (C) walks with his Vietnamese counterpart Tran Dai Quang (L) as they review a guard of honour during a welcoming ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi on May 23.

U.S. President Barack Obama (C) walks with his Vietnamese counterpart Tran Dai Quang (L) as they review a guard of honour during a welcoming ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi on May 23.

Tuesday, May 24 10 a.m. (ET)

The U.S. Expands Ties To Vietnam

President Obama lifts the embargo against U.S. arms sales to Vietnam: Please join us to talk about what closer ties between the U.S. and Vietnam mean for trade, leverage on human rights and growing concerns over China's military expansion.

Christine Levinson (C) arrives in Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport with her son Daniel to meet with Iranian officials in December 2007, the year her husband Robert Levinson disappeared in Iran.

Christine Levinson (C) arrives in Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport with her son Daniel to meet with Iranian officials in December 2007, the year her husband Robert Levinson disappeared in Iran.

Tuesday, May 24 11 a.m. (ET)

Barry Meier: “Missing Man”

Nine years ago, former FBI agent Robert Levinson disappeared in Iran while on a mission for the CIA. The story of his secret journey to Iran, the CIA cover-up that followed and efforts to rescue the longest-held U.S. hostage.

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From left: Donald Trump (R), Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I)  are the three remaining candidates in the 2016 presidential race.

From left: Donald Trump (R), Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) are the three remaining candidates in the 2016 presidential race.

Monday, May 23 10 a.m. (ET)

Where The Presidential Candidates Stand On Key Issues

Now that only three major candidates remain in the 2016 race for the White House, attention turns to the details of their policy proposals. Where the presidential candidates stand on key issues like job creation, healthcare, taxes and education.

Travelers come and go from terminal 3 at the Cairo International Airport on May 19 in Cairo, Egypt. Officials are continuing investigation into the crash of an Egypt Air flight from Paris on Thursday.

Travelers come and go from terminal 3 at the Cairo International Airport on May 19 in Cairo, Egypt. Officials are continuing investigation into the crash of an Egypt Air flight from Paris on Thursday.

Friday, May 20 11 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – International

The latest on the crash of the Egypt Air passenger plane. ISIS ramps up its bombings in Baghdad. And Nigerian authorities say two of the missing schoolgirls captured by Boko Haram have been found. A panel of journalists joins guest host Allison Aubrey for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders poses for a photo with a group of street artists during a walk through San Francisco, California on May 18.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders poses for a photo with a group of street artists during a walk through San Francisco, California on May 18.

Friday, May 20 10 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – Domestic

Donald Trump unveils his proposed Supreme Court nominees. Bernie Sanders tells the Democratic Party to "let the people in." And the federal government promises action to fight long airport security delays. A panel of journalists joins guest host Allison Aubrey of NPR News for analysis of the week's top national news stories.

Shyamkali and her daughter are featured in Roger Thurow's new book about how early nutrition can affect children and communities' futures.

Shyamkali and her daughter are featured in Roger Thurow's new book about how early nutrition can affect children and communities' futures.

Thursday, May 19 11 a.m. (ET)

Roger Thurow: “The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time For Mothers And Children—And The World”

A new book tells the story of the First 1,000 Days movement, an international effort to end malnutrition during the most crucial time of development, from the beginning of a woman’s pregnancy to her child’s second birthday.

Thousands of students, parents and educators rally in Brooklyn demanding an end to what they describe as separate and unequal education in New York City schools on October 7, 2015 in New York City.

Thousands of students, parents and educators rally in Brooklyn demanding an end to what they describe as separate and unequal education in New York City schools on October 7, 2015 in New York City.

Thursday, May 19 10 a.m. (ET)

62 Years After Brown v. Board Of Education: Why Racial Segregation Is Up In U.S. Schools

New federal data show U.S. schools are resegregating; the number of high-poverty schools that serve mostly black and Hispanic children is up sharply. Sixty-two years after Brown v. Board of Education, we look at racial segregation in schools and how to address it.