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The attorney goes on the record in this hourlong current-affairs program, a detailed analysis of the top stories making news in Washington, D.C., and beyond. She's joined by special guests who are often put on the spot by Van Susteren's tough line of questioning.

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The attorney goes on the record in this hourlong current-affairs program, a detailed analysis of the top stories making news in Washington, D.C., and beyond. She's joined by special guests who are often put on the spot by Van Susteren's tough line of questioning.

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Drawing on her years as a prosecutor and her decades of experience as a journalist, Greta Van Susteren's weekday show features analysis of the day's biggest political stories. Van Susteren interviews distinguished officials from both sides of the aisle for a balanced discussion that provides clarity on where Washington insiders and leaders stand on critical issues. Van Susteren finishes each show with her "For the Record" segment, which highlights stories that viewers may not have seen reported elsewhere.
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