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Hillary Clinton hasn't declared her candidacy for President, but the campaign against her is already taking shape. Is she the right person to raise issues of economic inequality and gender discrimination? What about conflicts of interest between the Clinton Foundation and her actions as Secretary of State?

Also, masked ISIS Briton, "Jihadi John," is identified, and a new chapter in the story of Argentina's president, a murdered prosecutor and a cover-up conspiracy with Iran.

Photo: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Producers:
Andrea Brody
Sasa Woodruff
Benjamin Gottlieb

Masked ISIS Briton, "Jihadi John," Identified 6 MIN, 17 SEC

The real identify of "Jihadi John" has been discovered. He's the veiled executioner who's beheaded prisoners on videos promoting the so-called Islamic State. His real name is Mohammed Emwazi, as reported first by the Washington Post, where Adam Goldman covers terrorism and national security.

Guests:
Adam Goldman, Washington Post (@adamgoldmanwp)

More:
CAGE on 'Jihadi John' being radicalized by Britain

Enemies Within

Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo

The Anti-Hillary Campaign Is Up and Running 34 MIN, 17 SEC

Hillary Clinton hasn't announced her presidential candidacy, but her every move is being analyzed as if she had. This week, after she charmed 5000 professional women with talk of breaking the "glass ceiling," comment on her own status as part of the 1% was inevitable. (Clinton got her usual fee of $300,000 for delivering that populist message.) A Republican PAC has produced a TV spot using the voice of Elizabeth Warren out of context as if she'd attacked Clinton's links to "powerful interests," and there are claims of conflicts of interest between her work as Secretary of State and contributions to the Clinton Foundation.

Guests:
Peter Nicholas, Wall Street Journal (@PeterWSJ)
Hilary Rosen, SKDKnickerbocker (@skdknick)
Hanna Rosin, Co-host of 'Invisibilia' (@HannaRosin)
Ezra Klein, Vox (@ezraklein)
Vin Weber, Mercury/Clark & Weinstock

More:
Elizabeth Warren on Clinton ('Politics Nation with Al Sharpton')
Kara Swisher's interview with Clinton (Watermark Silicon Valley Conference for Women)
Nicholas on Clinton Foundation reconsidering donations if Hillary runs
Rosin on 'the Hillary Haters'
Vox on foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation

The End of Men

Hanna Rosin

Judge Clears Argentinian President in Conspiracy Case 9 MIN, 4 SEC

Before he was found dead of a bullet wound in his apartment, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman accused President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of conspiring with Iran to cover up its role in a terrorist attack that occurred 20 years ago. The plot thickened today when a judge dismissed those charges — and the President blamed her head of intelligence for Nisman’s murder. Buenos Aires-based journalist Uki Goñi is following the story for The Guardian.

Guests:
Uki Goñi, Buenos Aires-based journalist and author (@ukigoni)

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