US immigration enforcement has created a network of secret prisons where detainees are deprived of legal rights and adequate medical care. That's according to a lengthy series in the Washington Post. We hear from one of the writers and from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which says the reports are based on "myths," rather than "facts." Also, the California Supreme Court rules on gay marriage, and what President Bush told the Israeli Knesset today. Barack Obama calls it "a false political attack" on him.
Immigration Enforcement and Human Rights
From this Episode:
Obama Defends Talking to Rogue Nations
In a speech to Israel's Knesset today, President Bush denounced those he described as believing "that we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals." The White House...
9 min, 25 sec
Gay Marriage Legal in California
A sharply divided California State Supreme Court today legalized same-sex marriage in the biggest state in the Union. The 4-to-3 majority opinion was written by Chief...
5 min, 58 sec