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Chief Justice John Roberts arrives on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 20, 2015, for President Barack Obama's State of the Union address. (Photo by Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP)

Why John Roberts' Obamacare decision goes further than you think

06/25/15 06:58PM

Chief Justice John Roberts did more than simply save Obamacare by ruling for the administration on Thursday -- he etched the president's signature policy into American law for a generation or more. And in a bitter irony for the political right, Robert's ruling actually puts Obamacare on firmer ground than it would have been if... read more

A novel with a dose of reality

A novel with a dose of reality

06/29/15 03:47PM

Daniel Silva’s latest novel “The English Spy” is a spy thriller about a British spy who risks it all, including his family, to uncover a massive plot that goes much deeper than he originally thought. Daniel Silva joined the table to discuss his latest nov watch

Is America’s security in jeopardy?

Is America’s security in jeopardy?

06/29/15 03:14PM

With the holiday weekend approaching, terror threats are on the rise. Could another attack happen on America’s soil? Bradley Schreiber, Former Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security & President, Homeland Security Solutions joined the p watch

Prison break manhunt: Day 20

Prison break manhunt: Day 20

06/25/15 03:29PM

It has been five days since the prisoners were last spotted - so how close are we to actually catching them? Lenny DePaul, retired U.S. Marshals Service Chief Inspector/Commander, joined the panel to discuss. watch


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