Turkey, Russia and Iran held talks on the war in Syria in Moscow the day after Andrey Karlov was gunned down in Ankara. Will the dramatic development change the dynamic of the war in Syria and the relations between the three countries?
As the fallout from the Berlin truck ramming that killed 12 people continues, what will the impact be on crucial upcoming elections in Germany and France? Denis Rogatyuk, freelance journalist and activist, joins the show to discuss the rising tide of far-right and anti-immigrant groups in Europe.
Additional criminal charges have been filed in the scandal over lead poisoning in the water supply for residents of Flint, Michigan as the state’s Attorney General indicts two former “emergency managers” – unelected bureaucrats with dictatorial powers. A recent Reuters report reveals that the lead crisis is by no means isolated to Flint. Julie Hurwitz, partner at Goodman & Hurwitz, P.C. and co-counsel in the federal Constitutional challenge to the Michigan Emergency Manager Law, talks about the ongoing scandal.
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