Roundtable: Court Upholds Gitmo Detainees' Rights
The U.S. Supreme Court gives Guantanamo Bay detainees the right to challenge their detentions, leveling a blow against the Bush administration.
Meanwhile, police in a Washington, D.C., neighborhood are making motorists prove their residency before driving through a checkpoint.
Plus, Michelle Obama becomes the newest political target. Is America ready for a black First Lady?
For more, Farai Chideya speaks with our panel of reporters, including radio talk show host Troy Johnson of the Troy Johnson Show in Baltimore; Michelle McCalope, a freelance writer based in Beaumont, Texas; and Kevin Merida, associate editor of the Washington Post.
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