1 :01x01 - Jon Stewart

In-depth stories, coverage of topical events and interviews with newsmakers are featured in this newsmagazine anchored by Brian Williams. The program is broadcast from Studio 3B in Rockefeller Center in New York City.

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2 :01x02 - Tina Fey

Richard Engel examines the economic crisis in Greece and its impact on the world markets; and Dr. Nancy Snyderman investigates the case of a woman who was subjected to forced sterilization. Also: Tina Fey is interviewed.

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5 :01x05 - Reggie Love

Kate Snow reports on the weak economy's impact on newly poor Americans who are forced to rely on government food assistance. Also: Harry Smith explores a cheating scandal in a U.S. school system allegedly perpetrated by teachers and administrators.

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6 :01x06 - Jimmy Fallon

Richard Engel explores gold mining in West Africa's primitive artisanal mines and how the region's children and poor are allegedly being exploited as they work in the pits. Also: a look at the work of NYC transportation commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan; and an in-studio interview with Jimmy Fallon.

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7 :01x07 - Jenny Slate and Dean Fleischer-Camp

Ted Koppel explores the U.S. military's withdrawal in Iraq. Chelsea Clinton reports on a humanitarian's effort to aid needy children in Pine Bluff, Ark.

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8 :01x08 - Steve Martin

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11 :01x11 - George Clooney

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13 :01x13 - TBA

Kate Snow explores Florida residents' views on political issues and the 2012 election. Also: a report on the pros and cons of biomedical research on chimpanzees; and a look at "re-shoring," a trend in which overseas manufacturing is returning to the U.S.

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14 :01x14 - Season 1, Episode 14

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15 :01x15 - Season 1, Episode 15

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16 :01x16 - Season 1, Episode 16

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17 :01x17 - Season 1, Episode 17

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18 :01x18 - Season 1, Episode 18

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19 :01x19 - Season 1, Episode 19

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20 :01x20 - Season 1, Episode 20

Richard Engel reports on an international computer-hacking crime and how a U.S. professor and his students helped crack the case. Also: a look at the series "Mad Men" with show creator Matthew Weiner; a visit with Greco-Roman wrestler Rulon Gardner; and a segment on smart phones and how they sometimes interrupt theater performances, concerts and church services.

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21 :01x21 - Season 1, Episode 21

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23 :01x23 - Season 1, Episode 23

Scott Cohn scrutinizes a potential defect in rifles and shotguns from a major gun manufacturer; Harry Smith spotlights New York ironworkers and their decade-long work at the World Trade Center site. Also: a portrait of Drew Eckmann, who hosts music concerts that feature national acts in his living room.

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24 :01x24 - Season 1, Episode 24

Harry Smith interviews Madonna, who talks about parenthood and her 2012 CD "MDNA." Also: Ted Koppel compares and contrasts elections in France and in the U.S.; and Lester Holt profiles Jamaican track star Usain Bolt.

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25 :01x25 - Season 1, Episode 25

A romance for Cartman may finally become a reality when there's a new girl at school.

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26 :01x26 - Season 1, Episode 26

President Barack Obama and his national security and military teams detail the May 2, 2011, operation that targeted Osama bin Laden in a segment that goes inside the secretive Situation Room in the White House. Interviewed: Vice President Joe Biden; Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; Adm. Mike Mullen; and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon.

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28 :01x28 - Season 1, Episode 28

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29 :01x29 - Season 1, Episode 29

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30 :01x30 - Season 1, Episode 30

Updates on the Jerry Sandusky trial; an interview with Madonna Badger, whose three daughters and parents were killed in a December 2011 fire; a chat with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin; and a portrait of Garrett Jackson, Mitt Romney's personal aide.

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31 :01x31 - Season 1, Episode 31

A report on methods used by hospitals to collect money owed to them; a look at the impact political turmoil in Egypt has had on the work of archaeologists. Also: an interview with Joe and Jane Clementi, parents of a Rutgers student who committed suicide after being filmed kissing another man.

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Special Guest Stars: David Gomberg as Himself | David Gomberg as Himself |
Featuring: Mike Viqueira as Himself (Correspondent) | Richard Engel as Himself (Chief Foreign Correspondent) | Lester Holt as Himself (Correspondent) | Mike Viqueira as Himself (Correspondent) | Richard Engel as Himself (Chief Foreign Correspondent) | Lester Holt as Himself (Correspondent)

32 :01x32 - Season 1, Episode 32

Kate Snow puts the focus on babies who are born addicted to prescription painkillers their mothers abuse; Chelsea Clinton spotlights a correctional facility promoting education to high-risk youth. Also: the construction of a radio telescope; excessive noise at professional tennis matches; behind the scenes of Macy's July 4 fireworks show.

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34 :01x34 - Season 1, Episode 34

Peter Alexander interviews Mitt Romney's five sons: Tagg Romney, Matt Romney, Josh Romney, Ben Romney and Craig Romney. Also: a portrait of Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas; a look at rising student-loan debt; a stop at a water-ski show in Wisconsin.

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35 :01x35 - Season 1, Episode 35

A preview of the 2012 Summer Olympics includes an interview with British filmmaker Danny Boyle, director of the opening ceremony; a chat with Olympic swimmer Cullen Jones; a conversation with composer John Williams, writer of "Olympic Fanfare and Theme"; and a portrait of Billy Fiske (1911-40), an Olympic champion who was killed in World War II.

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36 :01x36 - Season 1, Episode 36

Willie Geist provides a status report on the lives of Olympic athletes after their return home from London 2012. Also: a Scientology-based drug-rehabilitation program; an interview with Ann Romney; camp letters written by children to their parents.

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37 :01x37 - Mormon in America

Mormonism in America is explored. Included: the religion's history; controversies; and rituals as seen through the eyes of three Mormon households. Also: an examination of the business successes of Mormons; a look at the musical "The Book of Mormon."

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Season 2

40 :02x03 - Season 2, Episode 3

The sexual assault of female soldiers in the U.S. military is investigated. Also: a new education initiative; a portrait of David Finch, who was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome; the influence of the book "Fifty Shades of Grey" on a small Maine town; the dog-friendly set of "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart."

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43 :02x06 - Season 2, Episode 6

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44 :02x07 - Season 2, Episode 7

Brian Williams, Harry Smith, Tom Brokaw, Ann Curry, Richard Engel and Natalie Morales file reports on Hurricane Sandy.

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45 :02x08 - Season 2, Episode 8

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46 :02x09 - Season 2, Episode 9

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47 :02x10 - Season 2, Episode 10

Ann Curry profiles educated, employed people who are homeless. Also: sibling NFL players Husain and Hamza Abdullah, who put their football careers on hold to pursue their religious faith; holiday-shopping trends; and hot news stories.

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50 :02x13 - 50th Episode

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51 :02x14 - Season 2, Episode 14

Kate Snow's report on the risks of text messaging while behind the wheel includes profiles of two families with loved ones involved in distracted-driving crashes. Also: Jenna Bush Hager interviews "1600 Penn" star Josh Gad; and Natalie Morales chats with Mayo Clinic obesity researcher James Levine about the health dangers of a sedentary job.

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52 :02x15 - Season 2, Episode 15

Filmmaker Paul Haggis ("Crash") speaks out about leaving the Church of Scientology. The segment includes insight from author Lawrence Wright ("Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief") and former Scientology clergy members. Also: TV pitchman Ron Popeil; commentary on Lance Armstrong.

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53 :02x16 - Season 2, Episode 16

Interviews with Quvenzhané Wallis and Dwight Henry, stars of the Oscar-nominated 2012 film "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; a visit with Dr. Eric Topol, who discusses health care; a portrait of TV pitchman Ron Popeil; a talk with Gen. Martin Dempsey, the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman.

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54 :02x17 - Season 2, Episode 17

The story of Polish pilot Tad Wrona, who successfully landed a Boeing 767 without landing gear in Warsaw in November 2011; an interview with author Chrisanna Northrup ("The Normal Bar") and her husband, Mark; a report on young sisters who are endurance runners. Also: a faith-based game show; the week's news.

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55 :02x18 - Season 2, Episode 18

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56 :02x19 - Season 2, Episode 19

Dr. Nancy Snyderman investigates claims by marines that they developed male breast cancer by drinking contaminated water at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Also: efforts to save pandas from extinction in China; an interview with author Judy Blume.

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57 :02x20 - Season 2, Episode 20

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58 :02x21 - Season 2, Episode 21

Brian Williams explores poverty in the U.S. by visiting Camden, N.J.; Richard Engel interviews author Gianluigi Nuzzi, who casts light on the secrets and inner workings of the Catholic Church. Also: a portrait of Kevin Plank, CEO of the Under Armour sports-apparel company.

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59 :02x22 - Season 2, Episode 22

The struggle of women to balance work and family is explored via an interview with former CFO Erin Callan. Also: Kate Snow spotlights the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival; Mary Carillo examines panic attacks, with insight from golfer Charlie Beljan.

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60 :02x23 - Season 2, Episode 23

Brian Williams interviews the Emanuel brothers: Chicago mayor Rahm, agent Ari and doctor Zeke. Also: juveniles who are locked in adult prisons; an elementary school in Lebanon, Tenn., that is home to 15 sets of twins; and news items from the week.

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61 :02x24 - Season 2, Episode 24

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62 :02x25 - Season 2, Episode 25

Charting the Masked Marauders, a fictional 1969 supergroup. Concocted by a rock critic, the band supposedly featured John Lennon, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan. Also: a drug-treatment center allegedly linked to the Church of Scientology; adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); news items from the week.

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63 :02x26 - Season 2, Episode 26

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64 :02x27 - Season 2, Episode 27

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65 :02x28 - Season 2, Episode 28

Interviewed: Celeste and Sydney Corcoran, a mother and daughter who were injured in the Boston Marathon bombings; Jackie and Warren Hance, parents of three daughters who were killed in a 2009 car accident. Also: profiles of actors who star in TV commercials.

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66 :02x29 - Season 2, Episode 29

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67 :02x30 - Season 2, Episode 30

Interviewed: Chris Christie and Jimmy Connors.

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68 :02x31 - Season 2, Episode 31

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69 :02x32 - Season 2, Episode 32

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70 :02x33 - Season 2, Episode 33

Brian Williams conducts a group interview with six amputee survivors of the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Also: a portrait of Joanna Coles, new editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine; a look at the artisanal movement in the food industry; a close-up on a photojournalism student who documented her unplanned pregnancy.

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71 :02x34 - Season 2, Episode 34

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72 :02x35 - Season 2, Episode 35

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Network: NBC ( USA)
Type: News
Genres: Educational, Family, Interview
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 31, 2011
Ended: June 21, 2013
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