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Reporters Notebook: Episodes

CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman says this week in Ferguson, Missouri, was also about the good aspects of humanity. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
For Americans living abroad,Thanksgiving is in the DNA. Reporter Larry Miller has today's Reporters Notebook.
CBS News National Correspondent Dan Raviv has some thoughts on the eve of Thanksgiving. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter has some thoughts on the Missouri grand jury which decided not to indict a white police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed black teen. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Cami McCormick looks at Chuck Hagel's relatively short career as Secretary of Defense. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Larry Miller looks at the staying power of the Beatles, more than four decades after they last recorded together. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Dave Barrett has some thoughts on the death of director Mike Nichols. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter examines the Keystone Pipeline finally making it to the floor of the Senate. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News National Correspondent Dan Raviv looks at the Jerusalem synagogue attack which left three U.S. citizens dead. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Reporter Steve Dorsey says things at the G20 summit in Australia got a little heated between Russia and the West. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato takes a look at the start of the second open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Jim Taylor on the end to the months-long dispute between the publishing company Hachette Book Group and the online marketplace Amazon. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
A Space first! The European Space Agency has landed a small unmanned spacecraft on a comet. CBS News Correspondent Peter King has more on today's Reporter's Notebook.
White House Correspondent Peter Maer explains how Obama's recent trip to China is an opportunity to leave a foreign policy legacy in Asia. That is today's Reporters Notebook.
The October jobs report revealed the lowest unemployment rate since 2008, but what does that mean for wages? CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS's Larry Miller looks at women and soccer in Iran. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Republicans have taken control of the Senate after yesterday's election. So now what? CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato takes a look in today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS Radio News Senior Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen says Tuesday's court hearing on the NSA's phone surveillance program is just another stop on the way to the United States Supreme Court. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS Radio News Senior Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen says Tuesday's court hearing on the NSA's phone surveillance program is just another stop on the way to the United States Supreme Court. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Voter turnout is typically low, for mid-term elections. But could new technologies--and social networking--spark more interest? CBS News Correspondent Dan Raviv has today's Reporter's Notebook.
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