Terrorist Suspects and the November Election

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Senate Republicans are going along with their House colleagues to pass the President's rules for treating terrorist suspects.  Democrats aren't putting up much of a fight. Are they sacrificing principles to avoid being called weak or are they tougher on national security than Republicans claim? What are the implications for the November elections?  Plus, assertions by the US military that the Iraqi government is thwarting efforts to stop Shiite death squads, and tiger poaching is thriving across the Tibetan border from India to China.  Do the animals have a chance?

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Vanessa Romo, Dan Konecky