Could Osama bin Laden’s death photos become public? Former CIA officer Lindsay Moran weighs in on the court battle. DREAM Act activist Erika Andiola recounts U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement coming to her home to arrest her brother and undocumented mother. Ana Kasparian presents a roundup of some the day’s most outrageous headlines, including Rep. Phil Gingrey defending Todd Akin’s” legitimate rape” and a woman who says she has a crush on Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes. Sarita Gupta, executive director of Jobs with Justice, responds to fast-food employers cutting employee work hours and blaming Obamacare. Plus, hydrologist Robert Criss discusses the Mississippi River’s record low water levels and what that means for shipping.
Cenk Uygur talks with Current correspondent Jacki Schechner about two fast-food franchise owners that are cutting workers’ hours to part time so that they won’t have to offer them health insurance. watch video
Cenk Uygur talks with Turk Row about Georgia Rep. Phil Gingrey’s comments that former Rep. Todd Akin was “partly right” in his controversial comments about “legitimate rape.” watch video
Cenk Uygur talks to Lindsay Moran, a former CIA officer, about the controversy over whether the White House should release explicit photos showing Osama bin Laden’s dead body. watch video
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