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Aaron Sorkin once chronicled the daily work of the federal government in "The West Wing." In "The Newsroom," the Emmy-winning executive producer uses the operation of a fictional cable news network as the heart of the story, with Jeff Daniels portraying the network's lead anchor and leading an ensemble cast. Episodes are written around actual recent news events, reported by a staff that takes its collective responsibilities seriously, but corporate and commercial obstacles -- plus entangled personal relationships -- fly in the face of their public mission.

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A colleague's death leads Will and Mac to think about the milestones that transformed the newsroom; Maggie lands an interview in Washington; Neal's digital site is shut down for repairs; Leona offers advice to Pruit.
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Will is incarcerated for contempt; Charlie orders Don to track down principals in a sexual abuse case at an elite college; Sloan voices her objection to a new digital site; Jim and Maggie try to get seats on a Cuba-bound plane.
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Will stands firm in his refusal to reveal the source of the stolen documents; Sloan and Mac scramble to find a buyer for the network; Jim and Hallie's relationship is tested.
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Leona and Reece try to raise cash to save the network; Will gets a surprise at the White House Correspondents' Dinner; Maggie's EPA scoop makes it to "News Night"; Sloan and Don try to keep their relationship a secret.
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Will tries to protect Neal from the fallout over the leak; Sloan fears Don may be cashing in on insider information; Maggie considers eavesdropping; Hallie suffers consequences from a late-night tweet.
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In the wake of the Genoa debacle, the team decides to use caution in reporting a major breaking story; Neal is contacted by an anonymous source in possession of stolen government documents; Sloan looks to solve a takeover puzzle.
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Will and Charlie await a decision from Reese; Sloan learns the identity of the winning bidder for her book; Neal seeks Hallie's help in giving Mac a parting gift; Jim tries to make peace with Lisa; Will has a revelation.
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Will becomes the director of morale as "News Night" goes forward with its election night coverage; Sloan is upset that her book was auctioned with a forged signature; the team considers holding off on a story that might influence a Senate race.
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Rebecca pieces together the events leading to ACN's decision to air Jerry's special report on Operation Genoa; repercussions from the special report threaten to ruin "News Night."
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Mac and Charlie get a key witness; Will makes an appearance on a morning talk show; Jim gets unexpected company during his reunion with Hallie.
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Will is distracted during a telecast; Charlie gets a visit from a friend at the Office of Naval Intelligence; Sloan experiences humiliation and rage.
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Maggie tries to convince Rebecca that she is fine; a protestor refuses to cooperate with Neal and Jerry after an interview with Will goes poorly; Jim gets heat from Mac.
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Will tells Nina Howard the truth; a new witness to the Genoa story emerges; Jim tries to get his questions answered.
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A tip on a story that will cripple the network begins to become more real; MacKenzie and Sloan continue to push Will; Don urges Will to advocate for Troy Davis; Maggie gets an assignment that she has been begging for; Neal is arrested on Wall Street.
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Will and the staff are questioned by a lawyer; an on-air remark gets Will pulled from Sept. 11 anniversary coverage; Jim volunteers to cover for a reporter on the Romney campaign; Neal investigates the beginnings of Occupy Wall Street.
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Nina surprises Mac; Sloan considers a job offer; Neal smokes out a threat; Will, Mac and Charlie face off against Leona and Reese.
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The staff stages a mock debate; Mac has an epiphany; Lisa goes off-script during an interview; Neal goes under cover.
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Will and Mac abandon principles when ratings plummet; Sloan is irked by her lack of screen time; Charlie discovers a whistleblower's identity.
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An anonymous source provides advanced details on an important story; the staff cuts its anniversary party short.
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Will runs a controversial segment that causes him to receive death threats; Will suffers from insomnia; Sloan jeopardizes her career; Will handles an interview subject roughly.
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The team learns about a protest in Wisconsin; Maggie, Jim and Don work hard to feature simultaneous uprisings; Neal tracks down an Egyptian insider.

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