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Sunday June 28, 2015

Within a matter of hours ISIS carried out attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and France. Categorizing the attack in France, President Francois Hollande said “the attack was of a terrorist nature since a body was discovered, decapitated and with inscriptions." How do these attacks affect safety at home? We'll have an exclusive interview with the Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX).

As the deadline nears, Iran is hardening their position on a nuclear deal. The Iranian Supreme Leader now says he rejects a long term freeze on nuclear research and wants to ban international inspectors from accessing military sites We’ll talk exclusively to Former NSA and CIA Director General Michael Hayden, who says the Iran negotiations are in a "really bad place," as well as Karim Sadjadpour, a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment.

In a ruling that President Obama called a "victory for America," the Supreme Court found same-sex marriage is a constitutional right. Same-sex couples can now marry in all 50 states. We'll talk exclusively with conservative lawyer Ted Olson, former Solicitor General and one of the leaders in the movement for same-sex marriage.

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Catholic University, located in Washington D.C. is the national university of the Catholic Church. Established in 1889, the school educates thousands of students each year and has become a force against President Obama’s contraception mandate. This September, the institution prepares to host Pope Francis during his visit to Washington; the third visit by a pope to the campus. Chris Wallace sat down with the school’s President, John Garvey, to talk about this hidden gem in Washington.