Here And There with Dave Marash

Today on HERE AND THERE, Santa Fe investigative reporter and documentarian Dennis Carroll has the story of the Trinity Downwinders...the people caught unwarned and unawares when the world's first above-ground nuclear weapons test showered their area with radiation.  The bomb being tested was the prototype for the one dropped 70 years ago yesterday on the Japanese city of Nagasaki.

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Today on HERE AND THERE, conditions in Federal Detention Centers for border-crossing Women and Children have drawn fire from a Federal Judge a promise from the DHS to shorten the time moms and kids have to spend there.  But what about the centers holding unaccompanied immigrant children?  The govt is still trying to keep them secret.  Find out why from SF  immigration lawyer Allegra Love.

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Today on HERE AND THERE, A Federal Judge slams the Dept of Homeland Security for breaking trust with a legal agreement on humanitarian treatment of undocumented children caught after they’ve crossed the US-Mexican border.  Georgetown Univ Professor Susan Terrio has a new book and 8 years of research on the agreement and how US immigration authorities have failed to live up to it.

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Today on HERE AND THERE, Hillary Clinton issues a big environmental policy paper, claiming she’ll be our greenest President…but when asked about the Keystone XL Pipeline, she refuses to say yea or nay…could it be because her Foundation has taken as much as half a million bucks from the Canadian agency pushing the pipeline? Al Jazeera America anchor and political correspondent David Shuster joins us on HERE AND THERE.

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Today on HERE AND THERE, amid all the hysteria over the recent nuclear arms agreement with Iran, some calm and reasoned judgment, from RAND Corporation Mideast specialist Dalia Dassa Kaye.  Her conclusion, the agreement isn’t perfect, but it is more than good enough with clear benefits not just for Iran and the US, but for its chief denouncers, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

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