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Today at 10:00am
Generations of Americans grew up with Bill Cosby as the wise-cracking, eye-rolling but tender dad on "The Cosby Show." At 77 years old, he's still doing standup. We talk to Cosby about his career and his new family comedy, slated for 2015.
Today at 12:00pm
What kinds of high-end weapons do pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine have? What can they do, and what does it take to operate them?
Tonight at 8:00pm
Three years after Fukushima, is nuclear power dead in the water? Or is it poised for revival due to the world's desperate need for carbon-free energy?
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