The Obama Administration is moving slowly to supply the rebels in Syria with weapons. But for now, the rebels have to make do with weapons from other sources: including the ones they can make themselves.
There are tons of unexploded munitions in Cambodia's waterways. Now, a team is in training to become the country's first underwater deminers. But first the recruits have to learn to swim and dive. Irwin Loy reports from off the coast of Cambodia.
The NRA has been influential in shaping gun policy in the U.S. over the years. And it's reaching out internationally as well. The World's Arun Rath has been looking into the NRA's international interests. He speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' controversial Fast and Furious program took a hit yesterday as Kenneth E. Melson, the acting director of the Phoenix office, stepped down along with the U.S. Attorney in Arizona, Dennis K. Burke.
According to a new Congressional report released yesterday, more than 70 percent of the guns detained in Mexico the past two years, originated in the U.S. James Grimaldi, reporter for The Washington Post, has been tracking gun trafficking for years.
A story in the online edition of today's Financial Times says the US military has lost track of hundreds of nuclear weapon components, and Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the FT's Pentagon and Intelligence correspondent, Demetri Sevastopulo.