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Panelists discuss new data showing women do more housework - and they aren't happy about it. Then, we turn to the United Nations' statement against baby boxes in Europe, which allow parents to give up children without penalty. And, behind the headlines: Fatherhood. NBA veteran Etan Thomas shares why fatherhood is such an important gift.
Panelists discuss American nuns' response to a rebuke from the Vatican, as they travel to Rome to speak with church leaders. Then, we turn to the Boy Scouts of America as they consider a resolution to overturn their policy of excluding openly gay members. And, Behind the Headlines: misconceptions about sexual assault in the military.
Panelists discuss Planned Parenthood's support of President Obama as polls show women are NOT concerned about women's health issues this election. Then, we turn to the reinvigoration of marriage via viral videos and reality shows. And, Behind the Headlines: the woman running for president, Dr. Jill Stein.
Panelists discuss the new GOP initiative to celebrate female lawmakers and recruit women voters. Then, we turn to pink collar jobs going blue as more men work in traditionally female jobs. And, Behind the Headlines: the Model Alliance bands models together for better working conditions.
Panelists discuss new data showing more than half of new births in the U.S. are to minorities. Then, we turn to women in combat as the U.S. Army opens positions for women on the front lines. And, behind the headlines: American foreign service officers in China.
Panelists discuss the political impact of President Obama's announcement in support of gay marriage. Then, more women pay child support and alimony. And, Behind the Headlines: Mother's Day, we speak with Republican strategist Bay Buchanan on single motherhood.
Panelists discuss which presidential candidate is better for women as they both gear up to attract women voters. Then we turn to the status of American nuns after the Vatican accuses them of "radical" feminism. And, Behind the Headlines: Nobel Peace Prize winners. We sit down with 2011 recipients Tawakkol Karman and Leymah Gbowee.
Panelists discuss the importance of the women's vote in the 2012 political climate. Then, the dearth of women in the world's largest social networking company. And, behind the headlines: Immigtaion & Education: An in-depth look at the costs and challenges of educating the immigrant population and children who don't speak English.
Panelists discuss the role of First Ladies, as Syrian First Lady Asma al-Assad is urged to end the violence in her country. Then we turn to new data showing women desire high-paying careers more than men. And, behind the headlines: mandatory E-Verify. An often overlooked part of immigration reform would open jobs for U.S. workers.
Panelists discuss Republican presidential canditate Mitt Romney's focus on women's issues and votes. Next, another chance for the ERA? Then, a female politician who's foregoing re-election: North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue.
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