What Is Judicial Review?

What Is Judicial Review?

Danny Cevallos explains the process in which the US court system is able to overturn laws and executive orders implemented by Congress and the President.

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Mosul: The Hunt For IS Sleeper Cells

Mosul: The Hunt For IS Sleeper Cells

Iraqi security services say they’ve arrested over a thousand suspected IS members in Eastern Mosul since it was recaptured over a month ago. They say the threat of sleeper cells is a serious threat to the city.

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Ethics Issues Resurface As New Trump Tower Opens

Ethics Issues Resurface As New Trump Tower Opens

Conflict of interest questions surround the first Trump tower to open since the President’s inauguration.

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Murder Charges For N. Korea Airport Suspects

Murder Charges For N. Korea Airport Suspects

Two women, Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong, will be charged with the airport murder of Kim Jong Nam, officials in Malaysia said. Were they dupes? Or agents?

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Deported Mom’s Children To Attend Trump Speech

Deported Mom’s Children To Attend Trump Speech

Two Arizona lawmakers invited the children of Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, who was apprehended in Phoenix and deported back to Mexico, to be their guests at President Trump’s address to Congress.

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Couple Gets Prison For Racial Threats At Party

Couple Gets Prison For Racial Threats At Party

A Georgia couple who rode with a Confederate flag-waving group that made armed threats against African-Americans at a child’s birthday party were sentenced to prison.

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Who Are The Aghori?

Who Are The Aghori?

This mystical Hindu sect is known for extreme rituals. Reza Aslan explores the facts and myths behind this religion. “Believer” airs every Sunday at 10p ET.

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US Soldiers Help Iraqi Troops Secure Mosul

US Soldiers Help Iraqi Troops Secure Mosul

International Correspondent Ben Wedeman reports on progress Iraqis and their American partners are making in their battle against ISIS in Mosul.

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Indian Man Killed In Possible Hate Crime

Indian Man Killed In Possible Hate Crime

The FBI is investigating after Adam Purinton allegedly shot three people, killing one, in an Olathe, Kansas, bar.

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Video Shows New York City’s 1940s Subway

Video Shows New York City’s 1940s Subway

The New York Transit Museum archives have this vintage video produced by the NY Transportation Board in 1949 about the New York City subway system. At the time, the fare was $0.10 – and the turnstiles had been modified to accommodate a dime. The first subway token wasn’t used until...

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