Brian Glyn Williams teaches Chechen history at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. That's the same college attended by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Williams had brief contact with him, when Tsarnaev was a high school student.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body awaits burial but the family is having trouble finding an Islamic center to conduct the last rites. Marco Werman speaks with Shahina Siddiqui, president of the Islamic Social Services Association in Canada about what's involved.
Boston is hosting one of the largest anime conventions in the country this weekend. Anchor Marco Werman meets author Ian Condry to talk about his new book, "The Soul of Anime" and get a guided tour of the Anime Boston convention.
The British government is being grilled by lawmakers in London seeking clarification of the UK's role in the NSA's global surveillance programs. One accusation is that British citizens are being unlawfully spied upon.
The White House says it's extremely disappointed by Russia's decision to give Edward Snowden asylum. Host Carol Hills talks with the BBC's Tara McKelvey about the offer of asylum. She says the response from the administration is largely theater.
This story is about something many of us take for granted, our driver's license. If you live in the United States without proper documentation, getting one isn't a given. It's an issue sparking debates nationwide. Sarah Harris reports from Vermont.