WikiLeaks: ‘The wrong threat’
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange turned himself into police after British police received a formal warrant for his arrest. We'll discuss if the threats against his website are lawful, or just a blatant violation of freedom of speech and the press. Next, it's no secret that some conservative lawmakers are working hard to keep START from passing through Congress. We’ll host a debate on the show. Meanwhile, the Treasury Department is saying "oops" as they're facing problems printing the highly anticipated $100 bill. RT's Priya Sridhar has the story. Then, a global education survey placed China at the top of the list when it comes to education, and the US is ranked all the way in 26th place. Director and education expert Bob Bowdon weighs in. And the US military plans to spend over $1 billion within the next year, in the hopes of winning hearts and minds here at home.