For some young Muslim-Americans who've come of age in a post-9/11 America, the week since the Boston Marathon bombings has been a reminder of the tense climate for Muslims in the US after the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Zero Dark Thirty, the critically acclaimed film that looks at the events leading up to the death of Osama bin Laden. The film, though, has not been without controversy, particularly on Capitol Hill, where several senators have been outspoken critics.
With the increasing prevelance of drones, and the fact that they have killed both militants and civilians, some people are worried that a dangerous global drone arms race may be beginning. Scott Shane reports.
Right after 9/11, Davey D, a longtime hip-hop journalist and radio host, remembers rappers throwing benefit concerts for firefighters and cops. "I remember Canibus joining the army, and Eminem penned some words about Bin Laden, wanting to get him."
A radical Muslim cleric lost an appeal in Britain's high court today-- Abu Hamza now faces extradition to the US, and he's accused of helping to plan a terrorist training camp in Oregon, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Pakistan's security forces are continuing to pursue Islamist militias that threaten the northwest city of Peshawar; David Rhode co-wrote a recent article on the topic and he talks with anchor Marco Werman.
Jurors in the trail of Osama bin Laden's former driver, Salim Hamdan have been hearing some startling testimony; Miami Herald reporter Carol Rosenberg is monitoring the trial in Guantanamo, and she speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
There was a mixed verdict today in the Guantanamo trial of Osama bin Laden's former driver, as Anchor Marco Werman gets an update from Los Angles Times correspondent Carol Williams, who is in Guantanamo covering the trial.