Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the White House
Paul Danahar, the author of "The New Middle East" and the former BBC Middle East bureau chief, and Lally Weymouth of The Washington Post will join Antonio Mora to consider Israel's stance regarding potential negotiations between the United States and Iran.
How have leaks affected US intelligence efforts?
The New York Times reported on Sunday: "The impact of a leaked terrorist plot by Al-Qaeda in August has caused more immediate damage to American counterterrorism efforts than the thousands of classified documents disclosed by Edward Snowden." Robert Grenier, the former head of the CIA Counterterrorism Center, and Karen Greenberg, the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University, will join Antonio Mora to discuss this report.
Obamacare: One day to go
Jon Kingsdale, the founding executive director of the Massachusetts Health Connector, an agency formed by the 2006 health care law enacted in Massachusetts, will join Antonio Mora to discuss what could happen when the health insurance exchanges formed by the Affordable Care Act launch on Tuesday.
Does drug use always lead to addiction?
Carl Hart, a Columbia neuroscientist and the author of the new book "High Price," recently told the New York Times: "Eighty to 90 percent of people who use crack and methamphetamine don't get addicted. And the small number who do become addicted are nothing like the popular caricatures." Hart will join Antonio Mora to discuss his research on drug addiction.