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Megyn Kelly kicks off her role at NBC by anchoring the network's new hourlong prime-time newsmagazine and using her skills as a former litigator to press subjects for real answers. Episodes are built around timely stories that have captured the world's attention and they offer an in-depth look at people and events at the forefront of the public's consciousness.

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Comic Ricky Gervais; the debate over baby powder ingredient talc, which some believe increases the risk of ovarian cancer; Lou Adams, coach of Chicago's Orr Academy's basketball team; the stress of airline travel.
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Maria Menounos' brain tumor diagnosis and surgery; Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon; the latest alcoholism treatments.
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Stories of alleged sexual harassment in Silicon Valley; ballet dancer Michaela DePrince.
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A new study that shows early gender-stereotyping influences can affect what careers women choose as adults; Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos; singer Ed Sheeran; the risks of dentists giving children sedatives.
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Author J.D. Vance; rehab insurance kickback scheme; learning what penguins might tell scientists about climate change.
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Current events, in-depth stories, and interviews with newsmakers.
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Megyn interviews Erin Andrews about her cancer diagnosis and her experience being stalked.
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Kelly interviews Russian President Vladimir Putin following the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

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