A deadly shooting inside a social services center in San Bernardino, California yesterday left 14 people dead and 17 injured. It’s the largest mass shooting in the U.S. since Sandy Hook in 2012. We get the latest.
Chicago's mayor fires the city's police chief amid protests over the response to the police killing of a black teenager. Diane and guests give an update on efforts to boost public trust in police forces across the country.
The D.C. Council on Tuesday gave initial approval to rules that give the press and public wide access to footage from body-worn cameras, paving the way for thousands more patrol officers to be outfitted with the cameras.
Police are working to determine possible motives behind the killing of three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic. Diane and guests discuss the latest on the investigation and the high-stakes political battle to shape societal views on terrorism, gun control and mental illness.
French President Hollande meets with President Obama in Washington to seek additional U.S. support in the fight against ISIS in Syria, and NATO holds an emergency meeting over the downed Russian fighter jet: An update on international military strategy in Syria.
In the past, soliciting a prostitute in Montgomery County would only get you a finger-wagging by police. But lawmakers are flipping the script and implementing the highest fine possible under state law.
The hunt continues for those behind the Paris attacks, as a growing number of regional and world powers agree on the need to unite against ISIS. Diane and guests discuss the prospects for an international coalition and the strategies on the table.
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