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HUD Secretary Castro & Rep. Castro on the difficulty in acquiring a home loan and will there be a Castro in the WH someday.
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After a "miserable" year, John King and a panel of reporters discuss whether President Obama can end 2014 on a high note.
Brian's update on media news. After 27 years with CNN, Candy Crowley is moving on to "something new, someplace new."
Cable news has repeatedly shown Eric Garner's death, but won't show ISIS murders. Carl Bernstein & Gail Saltz weigh in.
Al Sharpton is a preacher, an activist, & political adviser. Is it problematic that he hosts a talk show on cable news?
Brian Stelter speaks with Hanna Rosin, a writer for Slate who 1st questioned the accuracy of Rolling Stone's reporting.
Hear from the Washington Post reporter who fact-checked the UVA rape allegations after Rolling Stone failed to do so.
Secretary Julián Castro and Congressman Joaquín Castro, on their political similarities and racial tensions in the U.S.
John King and a panel of reporters take a look at some of Dr. Ben Carson's controversial comments.
House Intel Chair Mike Rogers on whether the President's decision to transfer six Gitmo detainees to Uruguay is a good idea.
House Intel Chair Mike Rogers discusses the failed U.S. hostage rescue mission in Yemen.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks at why President Obama recently took an unexpected trip to the hospital.
Former President George W. Bush opens up to Candy Crowley about his father and his book.
Six Guantanamo detainees are released to Uruguay. Haras Rafiq from the Quilliam Foundation analyzes the U.S. decision.
Key al Qaeda figure Umar Farooq was killed in a suspected U.S. drone strike in Pakistan, intelligence officials tell CNN.
Protests turned violent in Berkeley, California when some demonstrators smashed windows and hurled rocks at police.
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