Investigating Supplements; An AA Critique; the End of 'Mad Men'

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Eric Schneiderman, New York's attorney general, is leading the charge for more testing in the supplements industry after his office found 80 percent of the products they tested did not contain the ingredients on the label. Plus: more on the Iran deal; California's crippling drought; a critique of the rigid recovery process of Alcoholics Anonymous and Slate's Julia Turner discusses the beginning of the end of AMC's "Mad Men."