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Trump's rise; The Iran deal; Bryan Stevenson; Lily Tomlin and more
The Democrats in 2016, David Simon, Claire McCaskill, Diplo & Skrillex, and more
Politico's Mike Allen deconstructs the first Republican presidential debate.
Malaysia Airlines 370; Doris Kearns Goodwin; Adam Moss; a Farewell to Jon Stewart
Mariano Rivera talks to Charlie Rose about baseball.
Novelist Margaret Atwood talks to Charlie Rose about a future where everything is extinct.
Billy Crystal talks to Charlie Rose about the best advice he ever got on doing standup.
Director Shane Salerno talks about his new documentary on author J.D. Salinger.
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