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Today at 12:00pm
Six years after the government's bailout of AIG, a trial challenging its legal justification is finally underway. Whatever the outcome, it's expected to shed new light on what was a highly secretive process.
Today at 10:00am
The fall TV season offers a flurry of new shows, from the Batman origin story "Gotham" to the comedy "Black-ish," about an African-American father trying to give his kids a better sense of their cultural identity. We look at the season's highlights.
Tonight at 8:00pm
The Kitchen Sisters present an hour full of richly layered stories that explore secret, unexpected, below-the radar kitchen cultures around the globe, from mafia kitchens in Sicily to dissident kitchens in the Soviet Union.
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