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Japan may bring the issue of North Korea's nuclear weapons program before the U.N. Security Council as early as June unless six-nation talks on the dispute begin showing progress. But will North Korea continue to boycott the talks? Ted G. Carpenter, Vice President of Foreign Policy and Defense Studies at the Cato Institute and co-author of "The Korean Conundrum," weighs in.
Then, at least 22 people died and dozens of others are injured after a car bomb detonated outside a busy market in the town of Suwayra (search), just south of Baghdad. And, earlier Friday the bodies of at least 12 people who had been shot and killed were found buried at a garbage dump in Baghdad. Will Iraqi insurgents continue increasing their attacks?
And, some companies are hiring workplace chaplains and providing spaces for employees to hold prayer or Bible study meetings during their breaks? But could this offend and ostracize some employees? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Mike Gallagher, syndicated radio talk show host, and Ellis Henican, Newsday columnist and FOX News political analyst.
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