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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leaves a meeting with law enforcement officials on August 18 in New York City.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leaves a meeting with law enforcement officials on August 18 in New York City.

Wednesday, Aug 24 10 a.m. (ET)

Questions About Hillary Clinton’s Newly Uncovered Emails

A federal judge orders a review of nearly fifteen thousand recently discovered Hillary Clinton emails from her time as Secretary of State. A new batch related to the Clinton Foundation was also released. Join us to discuss ongoing questions.

Antiquities—once looted from Afghanistan, now returned—are displayed in the Kabul Museum in Kabul on August 5, 2012.

Antiquities—once looted from Afghanistan, now returned—are displayed in the Kabul Museum in Kabul on August 5, 2012.

Wednesday, Aug 24 11 a.m. (ET)

The Big Business Of Looted Antiquities

A look at the big business of looted antiquities, and what is being done to stop it.

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Mike Sittig (L) and Nelson Morgan jr. bring supplies to Nelson's fathers home to begin the process of cleaning up after flood waters inundated it on August 19 in St Amant, Louisiana.

Mike Sittig (L) and Nelson Morgan jr. bring supplies to Nelson's fathers home to begin the process of cleaning up after flood waters inundated it on August 19 in St Amant, Louisiana.

Tuesday, Aug 23 11 a.m. (ET)

Why We Open Our Hearts And Wallets For Some Disasters—But Not Others

Flooding in Louisiana has caused tens of millions of dollars in property damage and untold personal misery. But public response has been slow. Join us to talk about why we open our hearts and wallets for some disasters and not others.

Mira Trujillo (L) picks up bug repellent from Brunilda Mendez (C) and Rachel Romano who have a table setup to help people prevent getting the Zika virus in a building located in the Wynwood neighborhood where the Zika virus has broken out on August 4 in Miami, Florida.

Mira Trujillo (L) picks up bug repellent from Brunilda Mendez (C) and Rachel Romano who have a table setup to help people prevent getting the Zika virus in a building located in the Wynwood neighborhood where the Zika virus has broken out on August 4 in Miami, Florida.

Tuesday, Aug 23 10 a.m. (ET)

As Zika Spreads, Tough Choices For Pregnant Women And The Search For A Vaccine

Last week, the Zika virus continued to spread through parts of Miami Beach. The National Institutes of Health warns that Texas and Louisiana could be next. The growing Zika threat, tough choices for pregnant women and the search for a vaccine.

Animals have emotions that are very similar to humans, this psychologist argues in a new book.

Animals have emotions that are very similar to humans, this psychologist argues in a new book.

Monday, Aug 22 11 a.m. (ET)

The New Science Of Animal Psychiatry

Dr. Nicholas Dodman talks animal psychology. He says animal emotions and thoughts can be treated more like our own. Why he believes we can improve the mental health of our pets, and what animals teach us about human medicine.

A guard escorts an immigrant detainee on November 15, 2013 at California's Adelanto Detention Facility, managed by the private GEO Group. While the U.S. Department of Justice said last week that it will move away from privately managed prisons, the Department of Homeland Security has not announced any plans to phase out those companies' role in immigration control.

A guard escorts an immigrant detainee on November 15, 2013 at California's Adelanto Detention Facility, managed by the private GEO Group. While the U.S. Department of Justice said last week that it will move away from privately managed prisons, the Department of Homeland Security has not announced any plans to phase out those companies' role in immigration control.

Monday, Aug 22 10 a.m. (ET)

The Justice Department’s Plan To Phase Out Privately Run Federal Prisons

The U.S. will phase out the use of private prisons to incarcerate federal inmates. New findings by the Department of Justice conclude that private facilities are less safe and offer few cost advantages. We discuss implications of the phase-out and what it could mean for America's prison system.

Early August 18, a car bomb blew up at police headquarters in the Turkish city of Elazig, killing five people (including three police) and injuring more than 200 people. The force of the blast left the building largely in ruins and turned nearby vehicles into blackened, mangled wrecks.

Early August 18, a car bomb blew up at police headquarters in the Turkish city of Elazig, killing five people (including three police) and injuring more than 200 people. The force of the blast left the building largely in ruins and turned nearby vehicles into blackened, mangled wrecks.

Friday, Aug 19 11 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – International

Russia launches airstrikes against the Islamic State from Iran. Ukraine investigates Donald Trump’s campaign chairman for ties to a pro-Russia party. And the U.N. acknowledges playing a role in Haiti’s cholera outbreak. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

A woman surveys the flood damage to her home on August 17 in Sorrento, Louisiana.  Last week Louisiana was overwhelmed with flood water causing at least 13 deaths and damage to thousands of homes.

A woman surveys the flood damage to her home on August 17 in Sorrento, Louisiana. Last week Louisiana was overwhelmed with flood water causing at least 13 deaths and damage to thousands of homes.

Friday, Aug 19 10 a.m. (ET)

Friday News Roundup – Domestic

The Friday News Roundup: Donald Trump shakes up his staff after another campaign controversy. Major health insurer Aetna is the latest to pull back from Obamacare. And a group calling itself the shadow brokers say they hacked the NSA. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top national news stories.