Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and author of "The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo"s First 100 Days," speaks with Gil about how family members, in some cases, can influence other family members into terrorism.
Should illegal immigrants be allowed to participate in jury duty? Gil speaks with Assemblyman Bob Wieckowski about his Bill that supports this idea.
Mark Haines, owner of K-9 Force Security, speaks with Gil about why some parents hire him to have his trained drug sniffing dog sniff their kids rooms.
Gil speaks with Asra Nomani, former Wall Street Journal reporter and author of "Standing Alone: An American Woman"s Struggle for the Soul of Islam", about the Boston bombing case.
Country singer George Jones passed away and Gil speaks with Tom Carter about his life.
Mark Purdy from the San Jose Mercury News speaks with Gil about the 49ers draft picks.
Gil speaks with Tamar Birckhead, associate professor of law at the University of North Carolina and criminal defense attorney who defended the "shoe bomber", about how to defend the Boston bomber.
EJ Hilbert, managing director in the Cyber Investigations practice at Kroll Advisory Solutions and former FBI agent, speaks with Gil about the Boston bombing suspect since he went under cover in 2006 as Chechen interested in making bombs.
Wayne White speaks with Gil about chemical weapons in Syria.