Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly; Casting Stereotypes

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Graduation for 822 new NYPD officers in July 2015. Officer bowed heads in honor of officers who died this past year.

Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly talks about how his job - and his life - changed after the attacks on September 11th, 2001. Plus: the U.S. Department of Education crunched the numbers on college costs for low-income students; the most vulnerable area in the U.S. economy; and an inside look at how racist and sexist casting calls are reinforcing old stereotypes.