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Today at 9:30am
Sarah Silverman plays a mother spinning out of control in the new film "I Smile Back." She joins us to talk about the role, her own struggles with depression and why she thinks women rule comedy these days.
Today at 11:00am
Parasite-zapping drugs, a life-saving DNA repair kit and the mysterious mass of a neutrino: they're all aspects of this year's Nobel Prize-winning science.
Tonight at 8:00pm
The first woman elected to the Senate from Missouri, Claire McCaskill will share lessons learned from her personal story of surviving sexist slings, losing a husband and making a family, and outsmarting her enemies.
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