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UN approves Libya resolution

UN approves Libya resolution

03/17/11 08:00PM

The United Nations Security Council approved “a wide range of actions, including strikes on air-defense systems and missile attacks from ships” to quell... watch

Critics take aim at president’s...

Critics take aim at president’s indecisiveness

03/16/11 08:00PM

With pressing issues like the crisis in Libya and spiraling budget deficits, critics question the president’s “above the fray” detachment. Tony Fratto of the Bush White House communications team joins the show to discuss the president’s style and... watch

DISASTER IN JAPAN: How to help

03/16/11 09:39AM

 These courtesy of Suzanne Choney of msnbc.com:The American Red Cross. Using your cell phone, you can text-message donations of $10 to the agency. Text the letters REDCROSS to 90999 to make the $10 donation, or visit the organization's website.The International Medical Corps is putting together relief teams, as well as supplies. The organization is in "contact with partners in Japan and other affected countries to assess needs and coordinate our activities,” said Nancy Aossey, IMC president, on its website. You can donate here. read more

Too late for a Libya no-fly zone?

Too late for a Libya no-fly zone?

03/15/11 08:00PM

As Moammar Gadhafi's forces close in on the strategic rebel-held town of Benghazi, The Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haas says the Obama administration appears to be concentrating their diplomatic efforts elsewhere. watch

Petraeus testimony given scant attention

Petraeus testimony given scant attention

03/15/11 08:00PM

General Petraeus updated the Senate Armed Services committee on progress in Afghanistan yesterday, but with dramatic events overseas and Washington distracted, his testimony appeared uneventful. Yochi Dreazen covered the hearing for National Journal... watch

Japan fears second reactor rupture

Japan fears second reactor rupture

03/15/11 08:00PM

In Japan, plant administrators say a second nuclear reactor may have suffered damage at the Fukushima Daiichi complex, but it remains unknown if radioactive material is leaking into the air. Nuclear expert David Albright joins the show to explain. watch

Nuclear emergency continues

Nuclear emergency continues

03/14/11 08:00PM

Japan’s nuclear emergency remains tense after the country’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant saw its third explosion in four days. Nuclear experts David Albright and Edwin Lyman join the show to explain the growing crisis. watch

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