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FULL SHOW: Is a proxy war between Iran and Israel imminent?

Ed Martin of Phyliss Schlafly Eagles weighs in on the ceasefire between Israel and Palestine.

As the US continues with troop withdrawals, the House Foreign Affairs Committee hammered the US special envoy to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalizad. He testified that he believed the fears of the Taliban taking over Kabul were overblown and refuted allegations that it was the Taliban who bombed a girls' school, putting the blame on Islamic State.

There is bipartisan support in Congress for the US to remain in Afghanistan despite public and political pressure to get out. Former UN weapons inspector and US marine intelligence officer Scott Ritter joins In Question to discuss.

A high school senior getting into the college of his or her dreams is certainly a privilege for some. But now that goal could reach even more graduates-as a number of California colleges are doing away with the SAT and ACT scores for admissions. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte has more. Then, director of development, advocacy, and sustainability for Whole Child Strategies Luther Mercer shares his perspective.