New York Times correspondent David Rohde talks with anchor Jeb Sharp about the latest Wikileaks cables. Rohde said the cables confirm what he and other reporters have suspected for years ï¿½ that Pakistan is supporting the most radical Taliban factions.
It's been 9 years since reporter Daniel Pearl was killed in Pakistan. Many questions remain. Finding answers was the goal of the Pearl Project. It's published a report on its findings. Host Marco Werman speaks with former reporter Asra Nomani.
Two years ago, Hillary Clinton and Pakistani diplomats were heralding the start of "mango diplomacy": getting Pakistani mangoes onto American tables. But as Odette Yousef reports, mango diplomacy is getting tied up in red tape.
Amos Guiora gave legal advice on targeted killings to the IDF. He's troubled by the vague language in the Justice Department memo, and tells anchor Marco Werman why the lack of judicial oversight in targeted killings is a 'recipe for disaster.'
A senior Pakistani Taliban commander has written a personal response to 16-year-old school girl Malala Yousufzai, who survived a shooting attack. The letter offers some sympathy, but it also attempts to justify Taliban attacks on schools.