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constitutional studies at university of notre dame on liberalism and wired magazine's andy greenberg discusses russian hackers. on sunday, 10:30 eastern our discussion continues on the obama administration, on the proliferation on politics-- and 1950's red scare. journalist discusses former new york city mayor michael bloomberg. former deputy director of the cia's state of the detention centers. former professional football player don mcpherson on toxic masculinity. watch the miami book fair saturday and sunday on c-span2's book tv. >> the u.s. senate is about to gavel in for a brief pro forma session with no votes expected. lawmakers finished business yesterday before leaving for
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the thanksgiving state work period. and now live to the senate floor here on c-span2.
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the presiding officer: the senate will come to order. the clerk will read a communication to the senate. the clerk: washington, d.c., november 22, 2019. to the senate: under the provisions of rule 1, paragraph 3, of the standing rules of the senate, i hereby appoint the honorable roy blunt, a senator from the state of missouri, to perform the duties of the chair. signed: chuck grassley, president pro
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tempore. the presiding officer: under the previous order, the senate stands adjourned until 7:00 .tands adjourned until 7:00 >> guest: and that wraps up the pre pro forma. they're back monday, december 2nd for votes. we expect more pro forma sessions next week. and more live coverage when senate lawmakers return. >> weekend coverage at the miami book fair starting saturday and sunday featuring author discussions and interactive caller segments. on saturday, 11 a.m. eastern. republican senator tom cotton talks about arlington cemetery and former obama security advisor and ambassador susan rice discusses her career. megan roper on the baptist
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church. and studies at university of notre dame on liberalism and wired magazine discusses russian hackers. on sunday, 10:30 a.m. eastern our live coverage continues with former under secretary of state on the proliferation of disinformation in politics. and the 1950's red scare. journalist elinore randolph discusses former new york city mayor michael bloomberg. former director of the cia's counterterrorism center talks about the state of cia detention senators. and a former football player mcpherson on toxic masculinity on book tv. >> saturday 8 p.m. eastern on american history tv on lectures
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in history. gettysburg college professor timothy shan on on colonial era diplomacy. >> they had to get together and conduct diplomacy with native american peoples. and the customs and language and metaphors that govern that were not european in origin, they were native american in origin. >> on real america, at 10:00, the film "distant drummer" bridge from no place narcotics and marijuana problem and to treat it. >> narcotics and amphetamines, barbituates at every social and economic level, and tragic aftermath fills hospitals and prisons and rehabilitation facilities across the conduct. caroline frazier about life and work of the "little house on the prairie" author laura i
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think ingals wilder. >> when mary almost died, laura was forced into this role she had never condemn plated for herself which was to become a teacher. >> at 8:00 on the presidency, we continue our look at the work of pulitzer prize winning cartoonist with cartoons from presidents bush to obama, and who acquired his collection. every weekend on c-span 3. the house of representatives is seeking grand jury materials from the mueller investigation to determine whether president trump lied in written responses to questions from the special counsel. a three-judge panel at the u.s. court of appeals for the d.c. circuit heard oral argument on how the documents are relevant to the ongoing impeachment inquiry. this is just under an hour and a half.
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>> [inaudible] u.s. house of representatives authorizes release of certain grand jury materials, united states house of representatives versus united states department of justice. u.s. department of justice, a lette letter-- >> good morning, your honor, may it please the court, i'm for the the department of justice. the district court in this case denies the government's request for appeal to this court for opportunity to review the important questions. the court denied that motion even though it clearly has the grand jury issues are disclosed they can't be undisclosed. the bell can't be unrung after the fact. the court denies that


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