Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Congress in what was a very divisive event on Capitol Hill. As only the second foreign leader to speak to Congress three times, his speech focused on nuclear restrictions on Iran. We also discuss the Black Fever epidemic that is currently harming South Sudan.
A Federal judge has dismissed a case filed by prosecutor Alberto Nisman against the Argentine president. With Nisman dead, people continue to rally against the government despite the legal clearance granted. Milos Stehlik talks to the co-director of 'Gett' and 'Dunsinane' hits the Chicago Shakespeare Theater this weekend.
Sami Awad has made Bethlehem his home and peace between Israelis and Palestinians his life's work. We'll find out what keeps him motivated and what he thinks it will take to establish a comprehensive peace plan.
A majority of the two million Catalan's who went to the polls on Sunday voted in favor of independence from Spain. We'll talk about the results with Alan Clendenning, Madrid Bureau Chief for the Associated Press.
Last week Sweden recognized Palestine as a state. This week, the Israeli government approved plans to build new homes in East Jerusalem.Jeremy Ben-Ami, founder and president of J Street, joins us to discuss what the latest developments mean for the peace process.