Published January 13, 2015
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President Bush lays out a broad plan to win the War on Terror in a speech Thursday. But what exactly did we learn from Bush's comments? We'll get insight from Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
Then, a former Marine who worked in the vice president's office inside the White House is accused of being a spy. Leandro Aragoncillo (search) is charged with stealing confidential documents and sending them to Filipino rebel leaders. How concerned should we be? We'll ask Greg Esslinger, a former FBI special agent for counterterrorism.
And, the last worldwide flu pandemic killed 50 million people. The Bush administration's top health official says no one in the world is ready for an outbreak of bird flu (search). So how big of a threat could this be? We'll ask Dr. Steven Garner of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers.
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