Sexual Assault and the U.S. Military

February 17, 2011

Seventeen veterans and active-duty service members filed a lawsuit against the Pentagon. They accuse the U.S. military of permitting a culture that tolerates rape and sexual assault. Seeking accountability in the armed forces.

News Roundup - Hour 2

February 4, 2011

Protests in Egypt turn violent as pro-Mubarak groups attack anti-government demonstrators. Thousands of protesters take to the streets in Yemen and Jordan. And the U.S. and E.U. pledge support for the opposition in Belarus. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

What's Next For Guantanamo

What's Next For Guantanamo

January 24, 2011

The administration plans to resume military trials at Guantanamo. New spending curbs by Congress helped derail President Obama’s pledge to close the prison. What's next for Gitmo.

News Roundup - Hour 1

January 14, 2011

President Obama appeals for national unity at a memorial for shooting victims in Tucson. Debate heats up over political rhetoric and gun control. And former House leader Tom Delay is sentenced to three years in prison. A panel of...

Renewed Calls for Gun Control

Renewed Calls for Gun Control

January 12, 2011

The shooting rampage in Arizona prompts a new look at gun laws. Renewed debate over gun control and prospects for stricter legislation.

Kathryn Bolkovac:  "The Whistleblower"

Kathryn Bolkovac: "The Whistleblower"

January 11, 2011

Sex trafficking, military contractors and the woman who blew the whistle. A Nebraska cop-turned-U.N.-peacekeeper in Bosnia exposes the exploitation of women by some of the very people hired to safeguard them.

Serious Psychiatric Disorders Among Young Adults

January 11, 2011

President Obama is traveling to Tucson tomorrow to attend a memorial service for the victims of Saturday’s shooting. As more details about the deadly rampage come out, investigators are looking at the mental state of the twenty-two year...

Shootings in Arizona

January 10, 2011

Diane and guests provide an update on the shooting rampage in Tuscon, Arizona on Saturday that claimed the lives of six people and injured at least 14 others including Arizona Congresswoman, Gabrielle Giffords, said to be the target of the attack.

Wrongful Convictions and DNA Evidence

January 6, 2011

In the past 21 years, more than 250 convicted felons have been exonerated by DNA evidence. Diane and her panel talk about the causes of wrongful convictions and ongoing efforts to free the innocent.

International Issues Outlook

International Issues Outlook

January 3, 2011

Foreign policy challenges in 2011. A look ahead at the U.S. role in Afghanistan and Pakistan, global economic trends and America’s influence in the world.

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