Returning Guantanamo to Cuba, Debt and Nisman Trial in Argentina, and Christopher Columbus’s Eclipse

Alberto Nisman Protest
Women hold a candles during the one-year anniversary of prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. Jewish rights groups have organized acts in several Argentine cities. Nisman was found dead in the bathroom of his Buenos Aires apartment on Jan. 18, 2015 with a bullet to his head hours before he was to detail to Congress his accusations that former President Cristina Fernandez and top administration officials orchestrated a secret deal with Iran to shield officials allegedly responsible for the the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center that killed 85 people. Natacha Pisarenko / AP Photo
Alberto Nisman Protest
Women hold a candles during the one-year anniversary of prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. Jewish rights groups have organized acts in several Argentine cities. Nisman was found dead in the bathroom of his Buenos Aires apartment on Jan. 18, 2015 with a bullet to his head hours before he was to detail to Congress his accusations that former President Cristina Fernandez and top administration officials orchestrated a secret deal with Iran to shield officials allegedly responsible for the the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center that killed 85 people. Natacha Pisarenko / AP Photo

Returning Guantanamo to Cuba, Debt and Nisman Trial in Argentina, and Christopher Columbus’s Eclipse

Historian John Schmidt takes us back to Christopher Columbus’s fourth voyage to the Americas. Plus, President Obama’s plan to close Guantanamo has some questioning whether he intends to return it to Cuba. Many 2016 presidential candidates have weighed in on the issue. Alberto Coll of DePaul University joins us to discuss the debate around Guantanamo. Then we take a look at the new debt agreement and the Alberto Nisman case in Argentina with Peter Prengaman, the Southern Cone news editor of the Associate Press.