Hari Sreenivasan talks to Frontline's Michael Kirk about new evidence in the anthrax case.
National Security Leak Case Ends With a Plea Deal…
President Obama ordered the Justice Department to stop defending a 1996 federal law defining marriage as only between a man and a woman. Gwen Ifill talks with Charlie Savage of The New York Times about the implications of the president's…
The State of Arizona faced off against the U.S. Justice Department in court Thursday over the controversial immigration law set to go into effect next week. Ray Suarez discusses the legal dispute with two law professors, one a critic of…
In other news Tuesday, the U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Arizona's new immigration law, and a blistering heat wave gripped much of the country, with temperatures topping 100 degrees in Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia.
Russian officials have condemned the arrests of alleged intelligence agents, accused of living undercover in the U.S. Jeffrey Brown has an update on the latest in the investigation and reactions from leaders of both nations.
In other news Friday, the Justice Department found no misconduct by Bush administration lawyers who authorized harsh interrogations. Also, home foreclosures fell in the final quarter of 2009, signaling a possible rebound in the housing market.
The suspect in the attempted Christmas Day bombing incident is speaking to authorities again, but some lawmakers are worried the administration's handling of the case poses a risk to national security. Jim Lehrer speaks with experts about how the U.S.
In other news Monday, a suicide bombing in Baghdad killed at least 54 Iraqis, and the Justice Department moved forward on an investigation involving the Blackwater security firm.
Security fears and cost concerns have pushed the Obama administration to reconsider its plan to try the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks in federal court steps from Ground Zero.
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