Thursday, Sep 28 10 a.m. (ET)

National Intelligence Estimate

Democrats and Republicans have starkly different views of declassified portions of a National Intelligence Estimate on terrorism. Diane and her guests talk about what the report says about the war in Iraq, trends in terrorism worldwide...

Thursday, Sep 28 11 a.m. (ET)

Khaled Hosseini: “The Kite Runner”

An Afghan-American doctor talks about his first novel, which became an international literary sensation. He also talks about how his work has drawn attention to the struggles in Afghanistan and other war-torn nations around the world.

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