Barack Obama makes a less-than-eloquent remark about Kenya's treatment of women.
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A soccer ball reacts to the FIFA scandal, and a football gets competitive about corruption.
Tavis Smiley shares how Maya Angelou helped him rediscover his life's purpose when he was young.
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President Obama drops everything to pay his respects when Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah passes away.
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Larry and the panelists discuss the significance of lifting the long-standing embargo against Cuba.
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Guantanamo Bay prisoner Gitmo weighs in on America's plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
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Stephen spars with Stephen over whether America should be held accountable for torture.
Dick Cheney does not hesitate to support the CIA's use of torture.
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Senator John McCain emerges as a beacon of reason in the aftermath of the CIA torture report.
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The Senate releases a shocking report detailing the CIA's gruesome torture practices.
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Ben Steele discusses the emergence of vigilante hate groups that target the gay community in Russia.
General Tony Zinni describes the moral obligations America has as the world's leading superpower.
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General Tony Zinni discusses "Before the First Shots Are Fired" and America's fight against ISIS.
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Jenny Nordberg examines how cycles of war deteriorate women's rights and impact gender equality.
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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon calls upon young people to use their political voice.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand shares what motivated her to get involved in politics.
Kirsten Gillibrand remembers her mother, a second-degree black belt, lawyer and devoted parent.
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Jordan Klepper investigates the roots of the child immigration crisis.
The U.S. government struggles to effectively handle the child immigration humanitarian crisis.
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