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Friday News Roundup - International

Friday News Roundup - International

October 24, 2014

Canadian officials search for motives in the attack on Parliament. A U.S. jury convicts former Blackwater guards of murdering Iraqis. And Mexico's attorney general accuses a town mayor in the mass disappearance of students. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

New Efforts To Expand Options For Terminally Ill Patients

New Efforts To Expand Options For Terminally Ill Patients

October 23, 2014

Last week, more than 7 million people watched a video made by a young woman with terminal cancer who explains her wish to control how and when she dies. The ongoing debate over terminally ill patients who want to end their lives and how to improve palliative care.

The Role Of Turkey In The Fight Against ISIS

The Role Of Turkey In The Fight Against ISIS

October 23, 2014

Many say Turkey's direct involvement is critical to the coalition's fight against ISIS, but Turkey is asking for more protection from coalitions forces near its border with Syria. Understanding Turkey's role in the region and the militant group's growing reach.

Update On The 2014 Gubernatorial Races

Update On The 2014 Gubernatorial Races

October 21, 2014

Voters in 36 states cast ballots for governor in two weeks. Eleven incumbents find themselves in extremely tight races. Why so many sitting governors are in jeopardy and what party swaps at the top could mean for state politics.

Friday News Roundup - International

Friday News Roundup - International

October 17, 2014

The U.N. says the world is failing to contain Ebola in West Africa, stepped-up coalition airstrikes in the battle against ISIS on a Syrian border town and new concerns about sagging global economic growth: Please join us to discuss the week's top international news stories.

Friday News Roundup - Domestic

Friday News Roundup - Domestic

October 17, 2014

The CDC director faces questions on Capitol Hill about U.S. Ebola preparedness. Courts weigh in on voter ID laws in two states. And a volatile week for the stock market. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top national news stories.

Suki Kim: "Without You, There Is No Us"

Suki Kim: "Without You, There Is No Us"

October 15, 2014

A Korean-American journalist gets a job teaching English to the sons of North Korea's elite. Her memoir offers a rare peek inside the world's most mysterious country.

Calls For A  Strengthened Approach In The Fight Against Ebola

Calls For A Strengthened Approach In The Fight Against Ebola

October 15, 2014

A growing number of public health experts are calling for a broader and more coordinated approach in the fight against Ebola. Diane and her guests discuss efforts to boost training for health care workers, treatment protocols and disease surveillance.

Leon Panetta: "Worthy Fights: A Memoir Of Leadership In War And Peace"

Leon Panetta: "Worthy Fights: A Memoir Of Leadership In War And Peace"

October 14, 2014

Leon Panetta held high-level positions under three presidents. His views on President Barack Obama's leadership, U.S. policy in the Middle East and what's needed to meet the national security challenges of today.

Friday News Roundup - International

Friday News Roundup - International

October 10, 2014

Turkey rejects unilateral ground operations against ISIS. Protests reignite in Hong Kong. And North Korea's leader has been out sight for five weeks. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

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