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By Michael Balsamo, Colleen Long, Associated Press
Three College Friends of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Arrested for Roles After the Bombing…
After Murder Suspect's Arrest, a Look at the Legacy of Etan Patz…
Supreme Court Upholds Inmate Strip Searches Regardless of Charges…
In other news Monday, British Prime Minister David Cameron became the first world leader to visit Egypt after protests ousted President Hosni Mubarak. The government of China detained dozens of activists and censored Internet postings calling for demonstrations in Beijing,…
In late January, an American diplomat was arrested for his alleged role in the shooting deaths of two Pakistanis. Jeffrey Brown reports on the brewing tensions between Washington and Islamabad over diplomatic immunity and supposed self-defense.
Tom Bearden reports from Tucson on the aftermath of Saturday's shooting massacre, which killed six and left Rep. Gabrielle Giffords gravely wounded.
The arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is just one of the many problems he and his secrets-exposing website now face as the U.S. explores possible prosecution on espionage charges. Gwen Ifill talks to Jeffrey Smith, former CIA general counsel,…
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange turned himself into Scotland Yard Tuesday, but his lawyers vowed to continue fighting extradition to Sweden, where he faces sexual-assault charges. Kwame Holman has more on the arrest and the threat of prosecution of the U.S.
In other news Thursday, Iran said it has detained several people in connection with the car-bomb attacks on two of its nuclear scientists, one of whom died. Also, NATO announced the death of three more troops in Afghanistan during the…
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