Published January 13, 2015
The U.S.-led coalition in Iraq handed over the south-central part of the country Wednesday to an international force led by Poland (search), hailing the transfer as a sign of the global community's commitment to a postwar Iraq.
Meanwhile, Secretary of State Colin Powell is negotiating with the United Nations on a proposal to change the force in Iraq. But should the U.S. be turning to the U.N. for help? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. James Carafano and Denis Halliday, former U.N. assistant secretary general.
California recall candidates are set to debate Wednesday night – but where's Arnold? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Joy Stewart, Republican strategist, and Ellis Henican, Democratic strategist.
New developments in Kobe Bryant case as his defense team subpoenas a hospital for his accuser's medical records. Is this a sign that they are likely to make her mental health an issue? We’ll ask Lisa Pinto, former federal prosecutor, and Melinda McAllister, criminal defense attorney.
What's going on with Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign? Are there already signs of trouble? We’ll get insight from Mike Gallagher, syndicated radio talk show host, Ellen Ratner, FOX News analyst.
Plus, a Florida prepares to execute Paul Hill, why are some people calling him a martyr? And will his execution trigger reprisals from radicals? We’ll ask Diane Clemente, president of Justice for All, and Abe Bonowitz, directors of Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.
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