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The Department of Justice recently announced it would be ending its contracts with privately operated prisons, which hold non-citizen federal inmates.
Today at 9:00am
Jay Solomon, looks at the contentious history between the U.S. and Iran in his new book, “The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals That Reshaped the Middle East.”
Today at 10:00am
Since July's terror attack in Nice, many coastal towns across France have banned the full-body swimsuit known as a “burkini.” We'll discuss escalating tensions over Muslim female religious garb and what it represents.
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