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Reporters Notebook: Episodes

Initial reaction to the draft selection of the NFL's first openly gay player hasn't all been positive. Correspondent Jim Taylor has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss shares some final thoughts about his long career. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman on the latest drama surrounding the Los Angeles Clipppers and the Sterling family. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
There is international concern about nearly 300 schoolgirls who were kidnapped in Nigeria. CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News White House Correspondent Peter Maer takes a look at the new government report on climate change. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Peter King looks at the Orlando area's new commuter rail system. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger looks at the employment report for April, which was released this morning. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
As Donald Sterling dominates American headlines, an anti-racism social media campaign is getting international attention for another sport. CBS' Larry Miller has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News senior legal analyst Analyst Andrew Cohen looks at the attempted execution of Clayton Lockett in Oklahoma. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Congressional Correspondent Bob Fuss examines scandals involving House Republicans. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Players, sponsors, and former basketball stars have responded, but how will the NBA deal with the alleged racist comments by Clippers Owner Donald Sterling? CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman has today's Reporter's Notebook.
A Central Florida city is trying to figure out how to deal with a Bear problem. CBS News Correspondent Peter King has today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Pam Coulter examines the FDA's consideration of a ban on electro-stimulation of the disabled. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
Teri Schultz in Estonia on anxiety among NATO allies in Eastern Europe over Russia's intentions for Ukraine. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News Correspondent Heather Bosch reflects on yesterday's Boston Marathon, a year after a deadly attack marred the event. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS News senior legal analyst Andrew Cohen reflects on the life of Rubin "Hurricane" Carter. That's today's Reporter's Notebook.
CBS's Adrienne Bard says that a day after his death, fans around the world are mourning the loss of Gabriel Garcia Marquez. That is today's Reporter's Notebook.
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.
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