- Newsmaker: European Reaction to US Demand for ICC Exemption
International diplomats have until midnight to resolve a dispute triggered by the US over the newly formed International Criminal Court. If the UN doesn't honor a US request that its peacekeeping troops be exempt from prosecution at the court, several international peacekeeping operations may be jeopardized. Judy Dempsey, diplomatic correspondent for Financial Times, explains just what's at stake and for whom.
- Reporter's Notebook: Airport Security
Between security failures at US airports and a mid-air crash of two planes over Germany, it hasn't been a good week for news about air travel. Aviation consultant Mike Boyd reports on our overtaxed air traffic control system, proposed updates to airport security and what it means for Fourth of July travelers.
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