Lord Justice Leveson is conducting public inquiry into "the culture, practice and ethics of the press" that was set up as a result of phone-hacking. Anchor Marco Werman talks to Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of The Guardian newspaper about the inquiry.
We take a look at what's ahead this week: President Obama hosts a nuclear security summit, the White House may soon reveal possible nominees to take Justice Stevens' seat on the Supreme Court, and a new dating show hits VH1.
The Supreme Court begins its annual term this morning with a packed agenda. Among other cases, they'll be hearing about gun rights, dog-fighting videos, corporate political contributions and the First Amendment. On The Takeaway
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