Clip: Washington Week: "Inside information" that "shines a light"

Feb. 28, 2017 AT 12:42 p.m. EST

For 50 years, Washington Week has featured the nation’s top journalists sharing their reporting and analysis on the biggest stories of the week. That’s what one long-time viewer appreciates most. "It's a great way to keep up with news and get inside information on what's going on in Washington and politics across the nation and internationally," Tim told us outside our town hall in Cleveland, the site of last year’s Republican Convention. "They have really high-profile, really well-known guests on there, reporters who can really shine a light on things that are sometimes hidden to the general public."

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It's a great way to keep up with news and get inside information on what's going on in Washington and politics across the nation and internationally. They have really high-profile, really well-known guests on there, reporters who can really shine a light on things that are sometimes hidden to the general public. So that's really helpful.

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