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Republican presidential candidate, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich talks with students at Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy in Rutherford, N.C., on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 during his recent campaigning tour of North Carolina.
The Republican presidential race says goodbye to Newt Gingrich, who announced that he'll end his candidacy next Tuesday. We'll reminisce about Newt's grandiose ideas - from establishing a moon colony to putting children to work as part-time school janitors. Cue obligatory Sarah McLachlan's "I Will Remember You" montage.
Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-MT) is in the Big Apple (and on the Late Show) to get more visitors to flock to Big Sky Country. We'll ask him about his thoughts on big oil, energy, Dave, and the Naked Cowboy.
Super Bowl-winning coach and ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden stops by to talk about his QB Camp. What is a good quarterback in the making?
Harvard University Professor Michael Sandel is out with a new book, "What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets," and he'll tell us the dangers of putting everything up for sale. The Washington Post calls him "perhaps the most prominent college professor in America." Stay tuned for a free lecture.
Will the real Bob Dylan please stand up? We'll uncover the facts about rock and roll's poet laureate with Rolling Stone Founding Editor David Dalton, who's the author of "Who is that Man? In Search of the Real Bob Dylan."
Time Managing Editor Rick Stengel will be on to disclose the latest cover of Time Magazine. Who will grace the cover this week? Any guesses?
Also in the Mix: Mike Barnicle, Mark Halperin, Jim Vandehei, Richard Haass, Cokie Roberts, and Brian Sullivan