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Reporters Notebook: Episodes

CBS White House Correspondent Peter Maer explains why House Speaker John Boehner plans to file a law suit against President Obama for abuse of executive powers. That is today's Reporters Notebook.
Some major rulings from the Supreme Court, near the end of its term. CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Peter King examines some of the big money being spent in a big Republican runoff in Mississippi. That is today's Reporters Notebook.
CBS News Senior Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen examines the Supreme Courts ruling on air pollution. That is today's Reporters Notebook.
CBS News Reporter Larry Miller has an update on those schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria more than two months ago. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter examines the fallout of the GM recall and the ongoing investigation by Congress. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has moved to cancel protection for six Washington Redskins trademarks. CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato has more in today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News White House Correspondent Peter Maer examines President Obama's options to quell the growing violence in Iraq. That is today's Reporters Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Peter King reflects on the career of legendary radio personality Casey Kasem, who died yesterday at age 82. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Peter King says the most magical place in Florida may not be where you think it is. That is today's Reporters Notebook.
For the family of George H.W. Bush, this is "President's day." Peter Maer has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter takes a look at why the primary defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is so shocking. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News National Correspondent Dan Raviv has some thoughts on the new book by Hillary Clinton. The book is published by Simon Schuster, a division of CBS. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
The Supreme Court is gearing up for a big finish. CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Senior White House Correspondent Bill Plante first visited Normandy 30 years ago with a President of the World War II generation. He returned there today with another American leader for the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News White House Correspondent Peter Maer says one nation was clearly missing from today's G-7 Summit. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Dan Raviv takes a look at the controversy surrounding the swap of five Taliban figures for American Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman was a witness to history 25 years ago in Tiananmen Square. He has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Stephan Kaufman takes us to the town of Hailey, Idaho as it prepares for the return of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, the only American POW of the Afghan War. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Sometimes Washington seems to be playing a game of musical chairs. CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter has today's Reporter's Notebook.
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