With a change from the Trump administration to the Biden administration, there has been a shift in the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Foreign policy experts say a direct line can be drawn from America's botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, to pressure on Israel from Islamic extremist nations, to increasing influence for America's adversaries.
Sunday on Full Measure, Scott Thuman reports from Israel on a changing relationship and a growing threat.
I'll report from Puerto Rico on the island's serious electric problems. A record amount of U.S. tax money has gone to repairing the territory's electric grid after hurricanes, bankruptcy and corruption scandals; yet the project remains mired in controversies.
Officials in Puerto Rico say the Puerto Rico electric grid could be on the verge of collapse.
Also on Full Measure, the border crisis has led to an unusual assignment for the U.S. Coast Guard.
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Jim Brown says
The Coast Guard has NOT been a member of the Department of Defense because the Coast Guard personnel E5 and higher are considered Federal Law Enforcement Officers and have the authority to conduct arrests whereas all other branches of the military including the National Guard DO NOT. It has always made sense to me that the Board Patrol and the Coast Guard should join forces, they both guard our borders so why have two different branches doing the same job only in different locations?
Tom Wall says
Absolutely makes sense. That’s why the government doesn’t do it.