Published January 13, 2015
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With Ariel Sharon's failing health, will Israel's relationship with the United States deteriorate? We'll get a read from Dan Uri, Middle East correspondent for The New York Post.
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The controversy surrounding Jack Abramoff stirs up calls for lobby reform in Congress. We'll get a fair and balanced debate about the disclosure of classified material from Newsday columnist Jim Pinkerton and Talk Radio News managing editor Victoria Jones.
A shake-up at the Federal Air Marshal Service: The head of the agency resigns amid reports of low marshal morale, investigations into the department and a manpower shortage. How safe are our skies? We'll ask Audrey Hudson, homeland security reporter for The Washington Times.
If so many Americans are on diets, why are so many people still overweight? Diane Asitimbay, author of "What's Up America?" weighs in.
Then, Oprah's personal chef, Art Smith, shares a recipe from his new cookbook, "Kitchen Life."
Why is a former special assistant to President Bush defending NSA efforts to eavesdrop on potential terrorists? We'll ask Ron Christie, author of "Black in the White House."
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