C-SPAN Schedule

< Wednesday, April 23 >

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7:00 AM EDT Approx. 12 min. LIVE Supreme Court Decision on Michigan Affirmative Action Ban Greta Wodele Brawner; Richard Wolf Richard Wolf, speaking by phone, explained the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold ... Richard Wolf, speaking by phone, explained the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Michigan’s ban on the use of racial preferences in university admissions. 6:49 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 19 min. Political Predictions for 2014 and 2016 Elections Panelists discussed their forecasts for the political future of the United States. Panelists ... Panelists discussed their forecasts for the political future of the United States. Panelists included both Democratic and Republican strategists, and topics included the 2014 midterm and 2016 presidential elections. 

“The Political Crystal Ball” was a panel of the 66th annual Conference on World Affairs, hosted by the University of Colorado at Boulder.
5:45 AM EDT Approx. 2 hr. 15 min. Life and Assassination of Malcolm X Panelists talked about the assassination of Malcolm X and other political assassinations and ... Panelists talked about the assassination of Malcolm X and other political assassinations and possible conspiracies.

“The Live and Assassination of Malcolm X: Who Killed Him and Why?” was held on the 49th anniversary of his death on February 21, 1965, in the Moot Court Room of the David A. Clarke School of Law.
7:12 AM EDT Approx. 33 min. LIVE Open Phones Greta Wodele Brawner Telephone lines are open for viewer comments on the Supreme Court’s ruling to support ... Telephone lines are open for viewer comments on the Supreme Court’s ruling to support Michigan’s ban on affirmative action. 8:12 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 20 min. Technology and the Middle Class Panelists talked about ways to reverse the trend of declining middle class jobs as a result of ... Panelists talked about ways to reverse the trend of declining middle class jobs as a result of technological advances. The discussion began with a PowerPoint presentation from Andrew McAfee with data on the economy and workforce. Van Jones said that employers are not investing their profits back into communities. Scott Murphy argued that technology is a good thing but that growth was too fast for legislation and regulation to keep pace with, in addition to a lack of consensus on public policy to distribute the wealth. They also talked about the need for immigration reform and increasing access to broadband technology. 9:01 AM EDT Approx. 25 min. Freedom of Information Act Process Miriam Nisbet, the director of the Office of Government Information Services, testified at a ... Miriam Nisbet, the director of the Office of Government Information Services, testified at a hearing on updating the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and making government information more accessible. Other witnesses include advocates for open government. Melanie Putsay of the Justice Department said the processing of FOIA requests was “robust,” refuting assertions that government agencies were stonewalling information requests from the public.
7:48 AM EDT Approx. 45 min. LIVE Prison Sentencing Reform Greta Wodele Brawner; Nancy Calo; Vikrant P. Reddy Vikrant Reddy talked about his Right on Crime think tank’s proposal for reducing federal ... Vikrant Reddy talked about his Right on Crime think tank’s proposal for reducing federal prison populations and spending by improving monitoring and supervision programs. Under the plan more low-level and non-violent offenders would be monitored and supervised through parole, probation, electronic monitoring, and better drug courts. The House and Senate were considering a bipartisan bill, the Smarter Sentencing Act, that would reform mandatory minimum drug sentencing policies. 

C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the conclusion of the program.
9:33 AM EDT Approx. 55 min. LIVE Future of the Air Force Myron Belkind; Mark A. Welsh III General Mark Welsh talked about the future of the Air Force and international security ... General Mark Welsh talked about the future of the Air Force and international security concerns. Much of his speech was focused on large the impact of military budget cuts and the types of equipment changes the Air Force was making. He also responded to written questions from audience members, the topics of which included drones, sexual assault in the military, and Afghanistan. 9:28 AM EDT Approx. 57 min. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Legislation Michael "Mike" Rogers; C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger Representatives Mike Rogers (R-MI) and Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD), the respective chair and ... Representatives Mike Rogers (R-MI) and Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD), the respective chair and ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, held a news conference on their bipartisan legislation to improve the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The bill would end the government’s bulk collection of telephone metadata under FISA.
8:35 AM EDT Approx. 43 min. LIVE Consumers' Right to Sue Policy Greta Wodele Brawner; Nancy Calo; Ami Gadhia Ami Gadhia talked about consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to its prior legal ... Ami Gadhia talked about consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to its prior legal terms that would have prevented the option of a court trial or class action lawsuit against the company. Before the policy reversal, consumers who “joined” the company in an online community, downloaded a coupon from its Web site, or interacted with General Mills via other online means were giving up the right to sue the company and limited to arbitration for dispute resolutions.

C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the conclusion of the program.
10:31 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 37 min. Future of Somalia Johnnie Carson; Nicholas Kay United Nations Special Representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay talked about the country’s ... United Nations Special Representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay talked about the country’s progress in governance and security. Following his remarks, Ambassador Kay took questions from the audience on Somalia’s relationship with its neighboring countries, the influence of the African Union, and humanitarian efforts in the region. 10:27 AM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
9:21 AM EDT Approx. 40 min. LIVE Gaming Industry Trends Greta Wodele Brawner; Brian Miller Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, ... Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, “Casinos Know When to Fold 'Em.” The piece focuses on the trend of declining casino revenues, prompting states to warn local government and school districts to budget conservatively.

This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
12:10 PM EDT Approx. 9 min. Gaming Industry Trends Greta Wodele Brawner; Brian Miller Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, ... Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, “Casinos Know When to Fold 'Em.” The piece focuses on the trend of declining casino revenues, prompting states to warn local government and school districts to budget conservatively.

This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
10:30 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 24 min. Pay Discrimination Against Women Betsey Stevenson made opening remarks at a discussion on pay discrimination in the ... Betsey Stevenson made opening remarks at a discussion on pay discrimination in the workplace. She outlined President Obama’s two executive orders he signed earlier in the day to address the issue. Afterward, panelists talked about strategies for achieving equal pay for women. Amanda McMillan told her personal story of working as a secretary for a Mississippi grocery company and being told by her superiors that she could not apply for higher positions because she was a women.
10:03 AM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
12:22 PM EDT Approx. 41 min. White House Healthy Food Initiatives Mary Clare Jalonick; Sam Kass; Christopher Waldrop Sam Kass, White House senior nutrition policy adviser, talked about first lady Michelle ... Sam Kass, White House senior nutrition policy adviser, talked about first lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative which he was directing. He said the initiative to combat childhood obesity and promote healthy eating was making great progress. He was interviewed by Ms. Jalonick.

This was the opening session of the Consumer Federation of America’s two-day National Food Policy Conference at the Omni Sheraton Hotel in Washington, D.C.
11:58 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 24 min. Passport Fraud Witnesses testified before the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime ... Witnesses testified before the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security about passport fraud and passport screening procedures in the both the U.S. and the rest of the world. They also discussed U.S. officials' use of Interpol data and what can be done to ensure other countries make use of this security information as well. Assistant Homeland Security Secretary Alan Bersin said “an alarming number of countries” provide little or no data to a stolen and lost passports database managed by INTERPOL.
10:06 AM EDT Approx. 2 hr. 9 min. Whistleblower Tour National security whistle-blowers explained the challenges they faced when trying to expose ... National security whistle-blowers explained the challenges they faced when trying to expose wrongdoing or violations of the law and discussed the critical balance between civil liberties and national security. Speakers included Daniel Ellsberg, the military analyst who leaked the Pentagon Papers; Tom Drake, a former NSA executive who was prosecuted as a spy; and Edward Snowden’s attorney, Jesselyn Radack. Authors Sandy Tolan and Narda Zacchino participated from the audience. 

“Whistleblowing and Journalism: The Role of Watchdogs in the National Security Era” was a panel of the Annenberg School event, “Patriot or Traitor? Whistleblowing and Journalism in the Age of Government Surveillance,” which was part of the Government Accountability Project’s “American Whistleblower Tour: Essential Voices for Accountability.”
1:04 PM EDT Approx. 8 min. Consumers' Right to Sue Policy Greta Wodele Brawner; Nancy Calo; Ami Gadhia Ami Gadhia talked about consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to its prior legal ... Ami Gadhia talked about consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to its prior legal terms that would have prevented the option of a court trial or class action lawsuit against the company. Before the policy reversal, consumers who “joined” the company in an online community, downloaded a coupon from its Web site, or interacted with General Mills via other online means were giving up the right to sue the company and limited to arbitration for dispute resolutions.

C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the conclusion of the program.
1:26 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
12:16 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. C-SPAN - 35 Years - 2010 In celebration of the 35th anniversary of C-SPAN, a video clip was shown from the yearly timeline ... In celebration of the 35th anniversary of C-SPAN, a video clip was shown from the yearly timeline of memorable moments in the House of Representatives. 

In a rare Sunday session on March 21, 2010, the House passed the Senate version of health care legislation, 219 to 212. During debate, Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) cited Martin Luther King, Jr., and his late father Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), a longtime champion of health care legislation.
1:16 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 22 min. Consumer Trends and the Food System Panelists talked about the food industry and consumer trends. They used PowerPoint ... Panelists talked about the food industry and consumer trends. They used PowerPoint presentations as they discussed how millennials were shaping the nation’s food system.


“Consumer Trends: How are Millennials Shaping Our Food System?” was a panel of the Consumer Federation of America’s 37th annual National Food Policy Conference at the Omni Sheraton Hotel in Washington, D.C.
1:28 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 30 min. Politics of Tax Reform Tax policy scholars talked about tax code, reforms needed, and the political challenges lawmakers ... Tax policy scholars talked about tax code, reforms needed, and the political challenges lawmakers face in changing tax policy. They focused on tax reform during the Reagan administration and the differences in comparison to today. The panelists also suggested that the phrase “tax reform” is problematic and should instead be replaced with “tax revolution.”
12:18 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Perceptions of Income Equality Adam Lashinsky; Tom Perkins Tom Perkins spoke with Adam Lashinsky about income inequality. Mr. Perkins said that ... Tom Perkins spoke with Adam Lashinsky about income inequality. Mr. Perkins said that income inequality was due to social, fiscal, and monetary policy failures, and suggested that there was a “persecution of the rich.” He also spoke about the Affordable Care Act, Democratic tax proposals, and reasons for the failure of many new businesses. He blamed many of America’s fiscal problems on President Johnson’s declaration of “War on Poverty.” He also responded to questions from members of the audience. 2:40 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
3:00 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
1:25 PM EDT Approx. 36 min. Governor Chris Christie on Second Term Priorities Christopher Christie Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) spoke at the 77th annual New Jersey Chamber of Commerce ... Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) spoke at the 77th annual New Jersey Chamber of Commerce congressional dinner. He talked about his plans to bolster the state’s economy and his political agenda, including the state’s retiree obligations and property taxes. 

This “Walk to Washington” event was held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
2:43 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 53 min. Russian Politics and Influence Panelists talked about Russian political aggression in Ukraine and other former Soviet republics, ... Panelists talked about Russian political aggression in Ukraine and other former Soviet republics, and how the U.S. could effectively counter these measures. Topics included Russia’s relationship with former Soviet republics, propaganda targeted at Russian-speaking populations, limits placed on independent media in Russia, and some mistaken perceptions the West has regarding Russia. Panelists also discussed the “Voice of America” radio program and the Broadcasting Board of Governors, and their roles in conveying information to Russia and the former Soviet republics. 3:06 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 32 min. Securities and Exchange Commission Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Proposal Mary Jo White testified on the proposed fiscal year 2015 budget for the Securities and Exchange ... Mary Jo White testified on the proposed fiscal year 2015 budget for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). She said her agency’s budget request boosts funding in critical areas policing personal financial advisers. She also said that SEC reviews of this sector routinely uncover instances of business practices that hurt clients.
2:07 PM EDT Approx. 55 min. LIVE Parliamentary Elections in Iraq Jon B. Alterman; Lukman Faily Ambassador Lukman Faily gave an assessment of the potential outcomes of Iraq’s April 30, ... Ambassador Lukman Faily gave an assessment of the potential outcomes of Iraq’s April 30, 2014, parliamentary elections. In his remarks he said that Iraq was a “story in the making,” and talked about increasing sectarian violence in the country and what the elections could mean for U.S.-Iraq relations. He also answered questions from the audience. 4:39 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 4 min. Arctic and Deepwater Oil Exploration Panelists talked about the science and safety concerns associated with oil exploration in ... Panelists talked about the science and safety concerns associated with oil exploration in ultra-deepwater areas and in the Arctic. Topics included the Arctic’s geology and environment, the effects of climate change, and disaster response in both Arctic and ultra-deepwater oil production areas. Michael Bromwich, former director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy, Management, Regulation and Enforcement, said the U.S. has improved its response to oil spills since the Deepwater Horizon incident on the Gulf Coast in 2010.

“Navigating the Frontier: Science and Safety Concerns” was a panel at “Navigating the Oil Frontier: The Implications of the Tight Oil Boom on Arctic and Ultra-Deepwater Oil Development,” an event on energy development held by the Bipartisan Policy Center at the Washington Court Hotel. It was session four of the “New Geopolitics of Petroleum and Natural Gas Series.”
4:44 PM EDT Approx. 2 hr. 10 min. Natural Gas Exports Witnesses testified on ways the U.S. could expand domestic energy production, increase its natural ... Witnesses testified on ways the U.S. could expand domestic energy production, increase its natural gas exports, and build better relations with Eastern European countries. Lithuania’s energy minister a consensus should be reached on how to diversify and create alternative routes of natural gas supply to Europe. Committee Chair Mary Landrieu (D-LA) in her opening statement said said Russian President Vladimir Putin was using his monopoly on energy supplies to advance his political agenda and that she would redouble her efforts in ensuring the U.S. becomes an energy superpower.
3:03 PM EDT Approx. 11 min. Supreme Court Decision on Michigan Affirmative Action Ban Greta Wodele Brawner; Richard Wolf Richard Wolf, speaking by phone, explained the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold ... Richard Wolf, speaking by phone, explained the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Michigan’s ban on the use of racial preferences in university admissions. 5:45 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
6:55 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
3:14 PM EDT Approx. 6 min. NSA: The Lengths of America's Security Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of ... Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of America’s Security was the middle school first prize-winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland. 

C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest is an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produce a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2014 contest, participants were asked, “What’s the most important issue Congress should consider in 2014?”

The local cable company was Comcast.
5:50 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 20 min. Technology and the Middle Class Panelists talked about ways to reverse the trend of declining middle class jobs as a result of ... Panelists talked about ways to reverse the trend of declining middle class jobs as a result of technological advances. The discussion began with a PowerPoint presentation from Andrew McAfee with data on the economy and workforce. Van Jones said that employers are not investing their profits back into communities. Scott Murphy argued that technology is a good thing but that growth was too fast for legislation and regulation to keep pace with, in addition to a lack of consensus on public policy to distribute the wealth. They also talked about the need for immigration reform and increasing access to broadband technology. 7:01 PM EDT Approx. 58 min. U.S.-China Relations, Chinese Economy Panel Prominent young scholars from both countries discussed U.S.-China relations, concentrating on the ... Prominent young scholars from both countries discussed U.S.-China relations, concentrating on the role of discussed China’s economic growth and economic politics. 

“Young Scholars on U.S.-China Relations” was a panel of “35 Years of U.S.-China Relations: Diplomacy, Culture and Soft Power.” The event marked the anniversary of the establishment of full diplomatic relations on January 1, 1979.
3:22 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 39 min. Cybercrime Symposium Panelists talked about cybercrime threats and trends, including data security breaches at several ... Panelists talked about cybercrime threats and trends, including data security breaches at several large retailers and organizations. Topics included the increasing prevalence of cybercrime, recognizing employees as inside threats, and threats against U.S. utilities. 

“Cybercrime in the World Today 2014” was the second annual cybercrime symposium sponsored by Pace University and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
7:12 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
8:01 PM EDT Approx. 46 min. General Joseph E. Johnston and the Atlanta Campaign Richard M. McMurry Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General ... Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston, up to and through his command of the Army of Tennessee and the Atlanta Campaign in the spring and summer of 1864. The Atlanta Campaign was a series of battles fought in north Georgia and Atlanta during the U.S. Civil War.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
5:07 PM EDT Approx. 59 min. LIVE Russian Foreign Policy and Ukraine Mikhail Kasyanov; David J. Kramer; Damon Wilson Mikhail Kasyanov talked about Russia’s intervention in Ukraine and Russian President ... Mikhail Kasyanov talked about Russia’s intervention in Ukraine and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s foreign policy agenda. He assessed the foreign policy strategy of President Putin and provided policy recommendations regarding the situation in Ukraine. In remarks, he said the Putin regime was moving toward inevitable collapse and sanctions by the West would only speed up this process. 

Mikhail Kasyanov served as prime minister of Russia from 2000 to 2004 and minister of finance from 1999 to 2000.
7:17 PM EDT Approx. 42 min. Prison Sentencing Reform Greta Wodele Brawner; Nancy Calo; Vikrant P. Reddy Vikrant Reddy talked about his Right on Crime think tank’s proposal for reducing federal ... Vikrant Reddy talked about his Right on Crime think tank’s proposal for reducing federal prison populations and spending by improving monitoring and supervision programs. Under the plan more low-level and non-violent offenders would be monitored and supervised through parole, probation, electronic monitoring, and better drug courts. The House and Senate were considering a bipartisan bill, the Smarter Sentencing Act, that would reform mandatory minimum drug sentencing policies. 

C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the conclusion of the program.
8:49 PM EDT Approx. 42 min. General A.J. Smith's Guerrillas and the Battle of Nashville Steven E Woodworth Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent ... Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent of the Army of the Tennessee, and their involvement in the Battle of Nashville in December of 1864. The Battle of Nashville was one of the largest Union victories during the U.S. Civil War and signaled the end of major conflict in the Western Theater of the the war.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
6:07 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
8:00 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 13 min. Book Discussion on Astoria Peter Stark Peter Stark, correspondent for Outside magazine, talked about his book, Astoria: John ... Peter Stark, correspondent for Outside magazine, talked about his book, Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson’s Lost Pacific Empire - A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival, in which he recalls the partnership between business magnate John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson to create a colony on the Pacific coast in the early 19th century. The settlement, dubbed Astoria, had a short existence at the mouth of the Columbia River in present day Oregon. In his book, the author reports that Astor envisioned the settlement as a central trading post on the West Coast and Jefferson imagined a separate democratic state in the West that would eventually spread eastward and reach the rest of the country. Peter Stark spoke at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon. 9:34 PM EDT Approx. 54 min. Confederate Weapons Manufacturing in Georgia James Ogden Jim Ogden talked about Confederate weapons manufacturing in central Georgia during the U.S. Civil ... Jim Ogden talked about Confederate weapons manufacturing in central Georgia during the U.S. Civil War. In the fall of 1864, Union General William Tecumseh Sherman destroyed much of this infrastructure, crippling the Confederate Army’s ability to wage war. 

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
6:12 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 37 min. Future of Somalia Johnnie Carson; Nicholas Kay United Nations Special Representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay talked about the country’s ... United Nations Special Representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay talked about the country’s progress in governance and security. Following his remarks, Ambassador Kay took questions from the audience on Somalia’s relationship with its neighboring countries, the influence of the African Union, and humanitarian efforts in the region. 9:49 PM EDT Approx. 31 min. After Words with Felipe Fernandez-Armesto Filipe Fernandez-Armesto; Tanzina Vega Felipe Fernandez-Armesto talked about his book, Our America: A Hispanic History of the United ... Felipe Fernandez-Armesto talked about his book, Our America: A Hispanic History of the United States, in which he looks at the settlement and evolution of the United States from the perspective of Hispanic explorers, settlers, migrants and native residents across the Southwest and Florida. Mr. Fernandez-Armesto also spoke about the modern day resurgence and spread of Latin culture across America. He spoke with Tanzina Vega of the New York Times. 10:28 PM EDT Approx. 50 min. General Patrick Cleburne Craig L. Symonds Craig Symonds talked about the military career of Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne and ... Craig Symonds talked about the military career of Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne and his “radical” proposal. In 1864, General Cleburne delivered a proposal to the leadership of the Army of Tennessee to emancipate slaves and enlist them in the Confederate Army.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
7:52 PM EDT Approx. 7 min. James Baker at Memorial Service for Robert S. Strauss James A. Baker III A memorial service was held for former presidential adviser and Ambassador Robert S. Strauss, who ... A memorial service was held for former presidential adviser and Ambassador Robert S. Strauss, who died on March 19, 2014. In this portion former Secretary of State James Baker delivered a eulogy. 10:24 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 16 min. Book Discussion on Citizen Explorer Jared Orsi Jared Orsi talked about his book, Citizen Explorer: The Life of Zebulon Pike, in which he ... Jared Orsi talked about his book, Citizen Explorer: The Life of Zebulon Pike, in which he recounts the life of explorer Zebulon Pike, the namesake of Pikes Peak in the Rocky Mountains. In his book, the author reports on Pike’s numerous expeditions, including the search for the headwaters of the Mississippi, Arkansas, and Red Rivers. Jared Orsi spoke at the Denver Public Library. 11:21 PM EDT Approx. 46 min. General Joseph E. Johnston and the Atlanta Campaign Richard M. McMurry Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General ... Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston, up to and through his command of the Army of Tennessee and the Atlanta Campaign in the spring and summer of 1864. The Atlanta Campaign was a series of battles fought in north Georgia and Atlanta during the U.S. Civil War.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
8:00 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 58 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
11:44 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. U.S. Intelligence Operations S. Eugene Poteat; Lacy Rourke Former CIA officer Eugene Poteat talked about the changing nature of intelligence ... Former CIA officer Eugene Poteat talked about the changing nature of intelligence gathering. He described special operations performed by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II, advanced technology reconnaissance during the Cold War, and contemporary Special Operations that integrate human intelligence gathering with advanced weaponry. 12:10 AM EDT Approx. 42 min. General A.J. Smith's Guerrillas and the Battle of Nashville Steven E Woodworth Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent ... Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent of the Army of the Tennessee, and their involvement in the Battle of Nashville in December of 1864. The Battle of Nashville was one of the largest Union victories during the U.S. Civil War and signaled the end of major conflict in the Western Theater of the the war.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
9:59 PM EDT Approx. 2 min. Legacies of International Women Judicial Leaders U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, and ... U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, and retired Israeli Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch discussed their lives and career accomplishments with Judy Woodruff.

“Legacies of Women Leaders” was held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, co-sponsored by the French Embassy.
12:50 AM EDT Approx. 2 min. Legacies of International Women Judicial Leaders U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, and ... U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, and retired Israeli Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch discussed their lives and career accomplishments with Judy Woodruff.

“Legacies of Women Leaders” was held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, co-sponsored by the French Embassy.
12:55 AM EDT Approx. 53 min. Confederate Weapons Manufacturing in Georgia James Ogden Jim Ogden talked about Confederate weapons manufacturing in central Georgia during the U.S. Civil ... Jim Ogden talked about Confederate weapons manufacturing in central Georgia during the U.S. Civil War. In the fall of 1864, Union General William Tecumseh Sherman destroyed much of this infrastructure, crippling the Confederate Army’s ability to wage war. 

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
10:03 PM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 22 min. Immigration and Border Enforcement Immigration policy experts talked about the Obama administration’s immigration and border ... Immigration policy experts talked about the Obama administration’s immigration and border enforcement record, focusing on the potential for congressional action on immigration reform. All panelists agreed that the question about immigration reform was when it would happen rather than if it would happen.They also discussed the increased consequences for those who cross the border illegally. 12:53 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 13 min. Book Discussion on Astoria Peter Stark Peter Stark, correspondent for Outside magazine, talked about his book, Astoria: John ... Peter Stark, correspondent for Outside magazine, talked about his book, Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson’s Lost Pacific Empire - A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival, in which he recalls the partnership between business magnate John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson to create a colony on the Pacific coast in the early 19th century. The settlement, dubbed Astoria, had a short existence at the mouth of the Columbia River in present day Oregon. In his book, the author reports that Astor envisioned the settlement as a central trading post on the West Coast and Jefferson imagined a separate democratic state in the West that would eventually spread eastward and reach the rest of the country. Peter Stark spoke at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon. 1:49 AM EDT Approx. 49 min. General Patrick Cleburne Craig L. Symonds Craig Symonds talked about the military career of Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne and ... Craig Symonds talked about the military career of Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne and his “radical” proposal. In 1864, General Cleburne delivered a proposal to the leadership of the Army of Tennessee to emancipate slaves and enlist them in the Confederate Army.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
11:26 PM EDT Approx. 6 min. NSA: The Lengths of America's Security Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of ... Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of America’s Security was the middle school first prize-winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland. 

C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest is an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produce a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2014 contest, participants were asked, “What’s the most important issue Congress should consider in 2014?”

The local cable company was Comcast.
2:42 AM EDT Approx. 31 min. After Words with Felipe Fernandez-Armesto Filipe Fernandez-Armesto; Tanzina Vega Felipe Fernandez-Armesto talked about his book, Our America: A Hispanic History of the United ... Felipe Fernandez-Armesto talked about his book, Our America: A Hispanic History of the United States, in which he looks at the settlement and evolution of the United States from the perspective of Hispanic explorers, settlers, migrants and native residents across the Southwest and Florida. Mr. Fernandez-Armesto also spoke about the modern day resurgence and spread of Latin culture across America. He spoke with Tanzina Vega of the New York Times. 2:41 AM EDT Approx. 46 min. General Joseph E. Johnston and the Atlanta Campaign Richard M. McMurry Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General ... Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston, up to and through his command of the Army of Tennessee and the Atlanta Campaign in the spring and summer of 1864. The Atlanta Campaign was a series of battles fought in north Georgia and Atlanta during the U.S. Civil War.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
11:34 PM EDT Approx. 40 min. Gaming Industry Trends Greta Wodele Brawner; Brian Miller Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, ... Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, “Casinos Know When to Fold 'Em.” The piece focuses on the trend of declining casino revenues, prompting states to warn local government and school districts to budget conservatively.

This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
3:16 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 16 min. Book Discussion on Citizen Explorer Jared Orsi Jared Orsi talked about his book, Citizen Explorer: The Life of Zebulon Pike, in which he ... Jared Orsi talked about his book, Citizen Explorer: The Life of Zebulon Pike, in which he recounts the life of explorer Zebulon Pike, the namesake of Pikes Peak in the Rocky Mountains. In his book, the author reports on Pike’s numerous expeditions, including the search for the headwaters of the Mississippi, Arkansas, and Red Rivers. Jared Orsi spoke at the Denver Public Library. 3:30 AM EDT Approx. 42 min. General A.J. Smith's Guerrillas and the Battle of Nashville Steven E Woodworth Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent ... Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent of the Army of the Tennessee, and their involvement in the Battle of Nashville in December of 1864. The Battle of Nashville was one of the largest Union victories during the U.S. Civil War and signaled the end of major conflict in the Western Theater of the the war.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
12:15 AM EDT Approx. 2 min. C-SPAN - 35 Years - 2010 In celebration of the 35th anniversary of C-SPAN, a video clip was shown from the yearly timeline ... In celebration of the 35th anniversary of C-SPAN, a video clip was shown from the yearly timeline of memorable moments in the House of Representatives. 

In a rare Sunday session on March 21, 2010, the House passed the Senate version of health care legislation, 219 to 212. During debate, Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) cited Martin Luther King, Jr., and his late father Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), a longtime champion of health care legislation.
4:36 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. U.S. Intelligence Operations S. Eugene Poteat; Lacy Rourke Former CIA officer Eugene Poteat talked about the changing nature of intelligence ... Former CIA officer Eugene Poteat talked about the changing nature of intelligence gathering. He described special operations performed by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II, advanced technology reconnaissance during the Cold War, and contemporary Special Operations that integrate human intelligence gathering with advanced weaponry. 4:15 AM EDT Approx. 53 min. Confederate Weapons Manufacturing in Georgia James Ogden Jim Ogden talked about Confederate weapons manufacturing in central Georgia during the U.S. Civil ... Jim Ogden talked about Confederate weapons manufacturing in central Georgia during the U.S. Civil War. In the fall of 1864, Union General William Tecumseh Sherman destroyed much of this infrastructure, crippling the Confederate Army’s ability to wage war. 

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
12:18 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 58 min. Genetically Modified Food Rohn K. Robbins; Jeffrey M. Smith; Gregory Stock Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of ... Consumer advocate Jeffrey Smith and biotechnology entrepreneur Gregory Stock debated the safety of genetically modified food (GMOs). Each gave an illustrated presentation, and then they offered rebuttals. Mr Smith in his argument talked about the health risks of GMOs and said government and industry had covered up the risks with “rigged research.” Mr. Stock disputed everything Mr. Smith said and said he lacked a scientific background. Following their debate, they responded to audience members' questions. Topics included the ethics of GMOs, the role of the government, GMO labeling, and the potential to solve world hunger.

“The Truth About GMOs” was a presentation of the Vail Symposium at the Timber Hearth Grill in The Club at Cordillera.
5:43 AM EDT Approx. 2 min. Legacies of International Women Judicial Leaders U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, and ... U.S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella, and retired Israeli Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch discussed their lives and career accomplishments with Judy Woodruff.

“Legacies of Women Leaders” was held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, co-sponsored by the French Embassy.
5:09 AM EDT Approx. 49 min. General Patrick Cleburne Craig L. Symonds Craig Symonds talked about the military career of Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne and ... Craig Symonds talked about the military career of Confederate Major General Patrick Cleburne and his “radical” proposal. In 1864, General Cleburne delivered a proposal to the leadership of the Army of Tennessee to emancipate slaves and enlist them in the Confederate Army.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
2:17 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 22 min. Immigration and Border Enforcement Immigration policy experts talked about the Obama administration’s immigration and border ... Immigration policy experts talked about the Obama administration’s immigration and border enforcement record, focusing on the potential for congressional action on immigration reform. All panelists agreed that the question about immigration reform was when it would happen rather than if it would happen.They also discussed the increased consequences for those who cross the border illegally. 5:46 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 13 min. Book Discussion on Astoria Peter Stark Peter Stark, correspondent for Outside magazine, talked about his book, Astoria: John ... Peter Stark, correspondent for Outside magazine, talked about his book, Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson’s Lost Pacific Empire - A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival, in which he recalls the partnership between business magnate John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson to create a colony on the Pacific coast in the early 19th century. The settlement, dubbed Astoria, had a short existence at the mouth of the Columbia River in present day Oregon. In his book, the author reports that Astor envisioned the settlement as a central trading post on the West Coast and Jefferson imagined a separate democratic state in the West that would eventually spread eastward and reach the rest of the country. Peter Stark spoke at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon. 6:02 AM EDT Approx. 46 min. General Joseph E. Johnston and the Atlanta Campaign Richard M. McMurry Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General ... Author and historian Richard McMurry talked about the U.S. Civil War career of Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston, up to and through his command of the Army of Tennessee and the Atlanta Campaign in the spring and summer of 1864. The Atlanta Campaign was a series of battles fought in north Georgia and Atlanta during the U.S. Civil War.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
3:40 AM EDT Approx. 6 min. NSA: The Lengths of America's Security Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of ... Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of America’s Security was the middle school first prize-winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring, Maryland. 

C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest is an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produce a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2014 contest, participants were asked, “What’s the most important issue Congress should consider in 2014?”

The local cable company was Comcast.
6:51 AM EDT Approx. 42 min. General A.J. Smith's Guerrillas and the Battle of Nashville Steven E Woodworth Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent ... Professor Steven Woodworth talked about Union General A.J. Smith’s guerrillas, a contingent of the Army of the Tennessee, and their involvement in the Battle of Nashville in December of 1864. The Battle of Nashville was one of the largest Union victories during the U.S. Civil War and signaled the end of major conflict in the Western Theater of the the war.

This talk was part of a symposium “1864: The Western Theater,” hosted by the Civil War Center at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.
3:49 AM EDT Approx. 40 min. Gaming Industry Trends Greta Wodele Brawner; Brian Miller Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, ... Brian Miller talked about his Bloomberg Business Week article on the gaming industry, “Casinos Know When to Fold 'Em.” The piece focuses on the trend of declining casino revenues, prompting states to warn local government and school districts to budget conservatively.

This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
4:30 AM EDT Approx. 2 min. C-SPAN - 35 Years - 2010 In celebration of the 35th anniversary of C-SPAN, a video clip was shown from the yearly timeline ... In celebration of the 35th anniversary of C-SPAN, a video clip was shown from the yearly timeline of memorable moments in the House of Representatives. 

In a rare Sunday session on March 21, 2010, the House passed the Senate version of health care legislation, 219 to 212. During debate, Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) cited Martin Luther King, Jr., and his late father Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), a longtime champion of health care legislation.
4:33 AM EDT Approx. 52 min. Parliamentary Elections in Iraq Jon B. Alterman; Lukman Faily Ambassador Lukman Faily gave an assessment of the potential outcomes of Iraq’s April 30, ... Ambassador Lukman Faily gave an assessment of the potential outcomes of Iraq’s April 30, 2014, parliamentary elections. In his remarks he said that Iraq was a “story in the making,” and talked about increasing sectarian violence in the country and what the elections could mean for U.S.-Iraq relations. He also answered questions from the audience.
5:27 AM EDT Approx. 1 hr. 22 min. Immigration and Border Enforcement Immigration policy experts talked about the Obama administration’s immigration and border ... Immigration policy experts talked about the Obama administration’s immigration and border enforcement record, focusing on the potential for congressional action on immigration reform. All panelists agreed that the question about immigration reform was when it would happen rather than if it would happen.They also discussed the increased consequences for those who cross the border illegally.
6:52 AM EDT Approx. 6 min. A Murky Future Donald De Alwis, Gabriel Cote, and Ajay Kharkar’s A Murky Future was the high school ... Donald De Alwis, Gabriel Cote, and Ajay Kharkar’s A Murky Future was the high school East Division first prize-winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest. They were 10th graders at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland.

C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest is an annual national competition in which middle and high school students produce a documentary on a specific theme. In the 2014 contest, participants were asked, “What’s the most important issue Congress should consider in 2014?”

The local cable company was Comcast.