As Americans continue to raise questions regarding the apparent suicide of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, Attorney General William Barr vowed Monday to get to the bottom of what happened. Bernard Kerik, former New York City police commissioner, explains why Barr and others are so shocked one of the country's highest-profile federal prisoners could end his own life. Then, attorney Spencer Kuvin, who represented four Epstein accusers, discusses the criminal and civil cases that will continue despite the disgraced financier's death.
In an effort to curb America's opioid epidemic, some states are allowing families to force loved ones into treatment through court orders. In Hampden County, Massachusetts some of those patients may even find themselves in a section of the county jail. Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi explains why he thinks his tough tactics are working, while Bonnie Tenneriello of Prisoners' Legal Services tells the Rundown why this approach goes too far.
Plus, commentary by Marc Thiessen, Fox News contributor and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute