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Reporters Notebook: Episodes

CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato on a new legal policy adopted by the maker of Cheerios, General Mills. Here's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Dan Raviv looks at balancing security and privacy, with the Boston Marathon bombing and New York police surveillance in the headlines. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
Remembering the Boston Marathon bombings may not be comfortable.
But it's a necessary step to remind us that by being Boston Strong, we can learn and move on. Correspondent Barry Bagnato with today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman reports on some big names at this past week's Masters. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
White House Correspondent Peter Maer has some thoughts on this week's Civil Rights Summit at the LBJ Presidential Library. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS has announced Stephen Colbert will step into the shoes of "Late Show" host David Letterman after he retires next year. CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter has today's Reporter's Notebook.
Senate Republicans today blocked a bill which Democrats said would give women a better shot at equal pay for equal work. CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss explains why in today's Reporter's Notebook.
A push to get equal pay for our mothers, sisters and daughters. CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter has today's Reporter's Notebook...
In the wake of the Fort Hood shooting, CBS's August Skamenca questions how well America cares for the mental health of its veterans. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger discusses the latest, slightly more positive, Labor Department employment report. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
Some thoughts from Correspondent Steve Futterman on the unexplained disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 as he wraps up a three-week assignment in Malaysia. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
As he departs the small town of Oso, Washington at the end of a two week reporting assignment, Stephan Kaufman has some thoughts on the deadly mudslide that tore apart the community. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
The White House says the latest U.N. report on climate change is "a call to action," but will the world listen? CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter looks at that in today's Reporter's Notebook.
This is the first full day of the 2014 Major League Baseball season and Correspondent Peter King notes the game is going through some major changes. That's Today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS'S Steve Dorsey examines whether costly portraits of government officials are appropriate in the digital age. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Jim Krasula with a look at the short mayoralty of Patrick Cannon. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Shannon Van Sant recaps the First Lady's weeklong trip to China. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Correspondent Pam Coulter has some thoughts on a colleague and occasional competitor. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Cary Anderson covered the Exxon Valdez oil spill for CBS News radio broadcasts 25 years ago today. He has some reflections in today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS's Sam Litzinger discusses the Turkish Prime Minister's attempt to ban Twitter in his country. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
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