Dorothy Fuldheim becomes the first woman to anchor a TV news show.
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American expat Virginia Hall is recruited to be a spy for the Allies during World War II.
The contestants call 911 with some old-timey emergencies.
Bill Clinton considers First Gentleman issues he can take on if Hillary Clinton is elected.
Tags: bill clinton, interviews, extended interviews, exclusives, hillary clinton, candidates, elections, gardening, michelle obama, weight/obesity, school, food, health, kids, books, work/office, clinton administration, obama administration, great depression, money, technology, internet, business, south korea, economy, winston churchill, world war ii
Bill Clinton talks about diversifying job opportunities in order to boost the U.S.'s economy.
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Dana Perino discusses her book "And the Good News Is...: Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side."
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Fox News's Dana Perino describes her rural upbringing on a Wyoming ranch.
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Gerald Posner describes how the Vatican's financial practices came to resemble offshore banking.
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The comedians write pornographic scenes for a very mature audience.
A group of specially bred Nazi cows in Great Britain are put down after they become too aggressive.
Dick Cheney does not hesitate to support the CIA's use of torture.
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Jordan Klepper gets confused after learning about the No Social Security for Nazis Act.
Norman Lear recalls making his TV special "I Love Liberty" with a surprising mix of people.
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Congress votes on a bill that would ban Social Security benefits to Nazis.
Benedict Cumberbatch muses on the philosophical implications of the Turing Test, and Jon is smitten.
General Tony Zinni cautions against using military action as the sole strategy for nation-building.
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