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Rise of the robots

Rise of the robots

07/21/15 03:46PM

How are we going to handle a technology revolution? Wendell Wallach, author of “A Dangerous Master: How to Keep Technology from Slipping Beyond our Control,” joined the panel to explain. watch

Behind El Chapo’s escape

Behind El Chapo’s escape

07/21/15 03:17PM

As the manhunt for El Chapo enters its 10th day, FRONTLINE gives it viewers a look at never before seen footage of the search El Chapo after his first escape. Angus Macqueen, director of the FRONTLINE documentary “Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty”... watch

'Sharknado' strikes again

'Sharknado' strikes again

07/20/15 03:51PM

Sharkando is back and it is projected to be better than the last two. 'Sharknado 3' screenwriter Thunder Levin joins the panel to discuss the latest entry in the series. watch

Why Iran’s biggest rivals are on edge

Why Iran’s biggest rivals are on edge

07/17/15 03:50PM

One major criticism of the Iran deal is that it could bolster Iran’s influence in the region, which is why some U.S. allies are on edge. So what does this mean? Reva Bhalla, VP of Global Analysis at Stratfor, a Global Intelligence Firm, joined the... watch

Possible terror links to Chattanooga attacks?

Possible terror links to Chattanooga attacks?

07/17/15 03:37PM

As the FBI continues to look at the shooter's background for possible terror links, many wonder what is next. Chris Harmer, Senior Naval Analyst for Institute for the Study of War; Shane Harris, Senior Correspondent for The Daily Beast; and Laith... watch

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