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Three-time Peabody Award winner, four-time Emmy winner and "Dateline NBC" correspondent, John Hockenberry has broad experience as a journalist and commentator for more than two decades. He has reported from all over the world, in virtually every medium, having anchored programs for network, cable and radio.
Thursday, July 10, 2014 11:00pmToday's Takeaways: U.S. Intelligence Official Kicked Out of Germany, Brazil's Loss Sets In, and United Nations says Central American Children are Refugees
United Nations: Central American Children are Refugees | U.S. Intelligence Official Kicked Out of Germany | Listener Responses: The Childhood Event You Would Make a Movie About | Brazil's World Cup Defeat: A National Trauma?
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 11:00pmToday's Takeaways: Thousands Without Water in Detroit, Fear and Uncertainty in Belfast, and One House of Worship for All
1. Water: A Human Right? | 2. Violence Escalates in Israel-Palestine Conflict | 3. Belfast to Boston: Oral History Goes Awry | 4. Fighting Breast Cancer for a Second Time: Anita Coleman's Advice for the Rookies
Tuesday, July 8, 2014 11:00pmToday's Takeaways: The Catholic Church Responds to Influx of Child Migrants, Germany Crushes Brazil in World Cup, and the Legacy of Langston Hughes1.Texas Bishop: We Contribute to Child Migrant Crisis | 2. Crystal Miller: 28 Years Old and Battling Breast Cancer | 3. What Germany's Win Means to a Die-Hard Fan | 4. Langston Hughes: In His Own Words
Monday, July 7, 2014 11:00pmToday's Takeaways: The Fate of Afghan Translators, Foreign Aid to Central America, and Marijuana Goes on Sale in Washington
1. Influx of Child Migrants Sees No Easy Solutions | 2. Dr. Who Fans: Look Away Now | 3. Washington Welcomes Recreational Marijuana Sales | 4. The Fate of the Afghan Translators Who Aided the U.S. Military
Sunday, July 6, 2014 11:00pmToday's Takeaways: lsrael Arrests Suspects in Revenge Killing, Inside an Undersea Lab, and One Woman's Battle with Breast Cancer1. Under Her Skin: The Breast Cancer Survival Divide Across Racial Lines | 2. Under Her Skin: Meet Lisa Echols | 3. Israel Arrests Suspects in Revenge Killing of Palestinian Teen | 4. Inside the World's Only Undersea Lab