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Today's edition of MEET THE PRESS featured three high-profile guests, including documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, New York Times columnist David Brooks, and Senator Carl Levin. Check out the photos of the panels' discussions below!

"Meet the Press" is America's most-watched and No. 1 Sunday morning public affairs broadcast. Every Sunday morning for 62 years, millions of Americans tune in to get answers from U.S. and world leaders, and hear analysis, discussion and review of the week’s political events from noted journalists and experts. Acclaimed by conservatives and liberals, newsmakers and television critics, "Meet the Press" consistently makes Monday morning headlines and has become the most quoted television program in the world.

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Photo Flash: Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns on Sunday's MEET THE PRESS

Photo Flash: Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns on Sunday's MEET THE PRESS
Ken Burns, David Brooks

Photo Flash: Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns on Sunday's MEET THE PRESS
Ken Burns

Photo Flash: Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns on Sunday's MEET THE PRESS
David Gregory, Sen. Carl Levin

Photo Flash: Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns on Sunday's MEET THE PRESS


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