Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
DeRay Mckesson discusses how the Black Lives Matter movement addresses systemic racism.
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Viewers of President Obama's last State of the Union mistake Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for Larry.
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
The panelists talk about robotic cops, crumbling cell phone etiquette and social media fixation.
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Rory Albanese and Mike Yard get a first-hand look at Silicon Valley's crime-fighting robots.
Birther enthusiast Donald Trump sets his sights on Canada-born presidential contender Ted Cruz.
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The panelists weigh in on life in the social media age and the online popularity of fight videos.
Lupita Nyong'o discusses her challenging roles in the film "Star Wars" and the play "Eclipsed."
Rad's attempt to access Dazzle's confidential records goes horribly wrong.
Jessica Williams looks to the future to find a levitating hoverboard.
The comedians discuss what makes hoverboards so dangerous and Donald Trump's own version of history.
"Going Deep with David Rees" host David Rees demonstrates the perfect handshake technique.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel talks about preparing for cyber attacks on U.S. power grids.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel explains how America's power grids are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
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The comedians talk their way out of traffic tickets as Google's low-speed self-driving car.
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