Play of the Day: How a TV Doctor Sells His Magic to Capitol Hill

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Congress grills beloved TV personality Dr. Oz over his role in promoting dietary supplements as "magic." John Oliver wishes there were some regulatory agency in charge to investigate such weight loss claims. 

Plus, Hillary Clinton visits the Lone Star state without her husband. And with violence escalating in Iraq, President Obama is looking to send reinforcements abroad: Dennis Rodman is at the top of his list. 

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