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By agreeing to address Congress without telling the White House, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is accused of thumbing his nose at President Obama. Now the Administration says Netanyahu may have leaked "misleading" details of nuclear talks with Iran.

Also, a Texas judge stops President Obama's immigration order, and the videoed police shooting that has sparked Latino protest in Washington state.

Photo: Speaker John Boehner (R) welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to the US Capitol. March 6, 2012. (Official Photo by Bryant Avondoglio)

Producers:
Katie Cooper
Sonya Geis
Evan George

Texas Judge Stops Obama's Immigration Order 6 MIN, 30 SEC

More than a quarter million undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children won't be able to apply for deportation protection — at least for the moment. They were scheduled to begin applications tomorrow, but a federal judge in Texas has halted proceedings scheduled after one of the President's executive orders, as Fawn Johnson reports in National Journal.

Guests:
Fawn Johnson, National Journal (@fawnjohnson)

More:
Obama's response to Hanen's immigration decision

Mistrust between the US and Israel 33 MIN, 49 SEC

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is running for re-election — at the same time jumping with both feet into American politics. First, he agreed to address the President's nuclear talks with Iran before a joint session of Congress — without telling the White House. The Obama Administration now suspects him of leaking what it calls "misleading" details about the talks with Iran, creating more mistrust. Vice President Biden and other Democrats — including some Jews — will stay away from the speech. Will Israel gain or lose with the American public?

Guests:
Ron Kampeas, JTA (@kampeas)
Joel Greenberg, freelance reporter
Clifford D. May, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (@CliffordDMay)
Adam Schiff, US Congress (D-CA) (@RepAdamSchiff)
Jeremy Ben-Ami, J Street (@JeremyBenAmi)

More:
Speaker Boehner's invitation to PM Netanyahu
Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act of 2015 (Menendez-Kirk bill)
Boehner on Fox News with Chris Wallace

Police Shooting Puts Spotlight on Pasco, Washington 9 MIN, 29 SEC

A cell-phone video shows three police officers in Pasco, Washington, shooting and killing an unarmed Latino who turned on them after running away. He's apparently been throwing rocks at them. It's been condemned by the President of Mexico, and officials say local protests have demonstrated there is anger bubbling below the surface.

The shooting was last week, and the video has spread around the Internet, showing 35-year old Antonio Zambrano-Montes being gunned down on an otherwise empty sidewalk. It's the third incident of its kind since July in Pasco, Washington. Anna King reports for the Northwest News Network.

Guests:
Anna King, Northwest News Network (@AnnaKingN3)

More:
New York Times' comparison of Pasco and Ferguson shootings

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