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News With Ed -- March 29, 2017

'War crimes' by US in Mosul - fmr Pentagon official
Hundreds of Mosul residents were killed by airstrikes in their homes following repeated instructions from Iraqi authorities not to leave, Amnesty International says. It adds that coalition forces should have known the directives were likely to result in civilian deaths. RT's Murad Gazdiev reports from Iraq. Later, former Pentagon official Michael Maloof joins 'News With Ed' to discuss.

Can Congress act impartially in Russia investigation?
Reports are emerging that FBI director James Comey wanted to write an op-ed on Russian involvement in the 2016 elections back in the summer of 2016. The Obama administration reportedly discouraged Comey, saying they wanted more agencies to sign-off on the material he had. Meanwhile, politics seem at play in both congressional investigations into the allegation. For more on this, 'News With Ed' is joined by Scottie Nell Hughes, national spokesperson for Freedom Vine, and civil rights attorney Misty Marris.