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The last of the Nixon tapes were released this week, and they include remarks the former president made that some consider controversial. Jessica Yellin speaks with Ben Stein, former Nixon speechwriter, about whether Pres. Nixon was really racist or anti-Semitic.
CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a mama moose who hogs the road, rams a truck, and keeps on truckin'.
After Tuesday's school shooting in Georgia where no one was killed or injured, Brian Todd looks into what measures schools have taken to protect students from shootings and how effective they have been.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Michael Vincent explains his country's reaction to the murder of Chris Lane.
Prominent conservative commentator Bill Kristol joins Jake Tapper to discuss the GOP's battle against Obamacare and some of the party's rising stars.
Some GOP lawmakers appear willing to shut down the government in their fight to defund the president's health care law, but not everyone is on board. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Tom Foreman investigates how realistic are plans by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to expand Internet access by 5 billion people.
Dr. Phil is in hot water after he tweeted about drunken sex, prompting a petition. CNN's Tory Dunnan reports.