NEW YORK (NewsNation Now) — Vaccine and mask mandates remain divisive in the United States and some people are now doing almost anything they can to get around them — including invoking religion.
Bernard P. Prusak, director of the McGowan Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, joins “Dan Abrams Live” to discuss religious exemptions.
Former senator from Connecticut and vice-presidential candidate Joe Lieberman joins the show to talk about his new book and finding the middle in politics.
A nuclear engineer and a private school teacher in Maryland have been charged with espionage — accused of trying to sell U.S. nuclear submarine secrets to an unnamed foreign power. Justin Fenton, a reporter for the Baltimore Sun and author of “We Own This City: A True Story of Crime, Cops, and Corruption,” joins the show to discuss the case.
On today’s police bodycam segment, new video shows the dangers officers face every day across the country. We’ll see what happens when a man grabbed someone else’s gun at a gas station, ran outside and started pointing it at people. Three officers, including one on a bike, responded.
Retired Tulsa police lieutenant and former co-host of “Live PD” Sean “Sticks” Larkin joins the show to discuss the video.
Every Friday on “Dan Abrams Live,” the show asks for the viewer’s help in finding a missing child in America. This week, we focus on Dulce Alavez, a 7-year-old New Jersey girl who was last seen in a park in Bridgeton.
Angeline Hartmann, media director for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, joins the show to discuss Alavez’s case.
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