Newsmaker: If it's true, Human Rights Watch calls it "the most important judicial decision in the history of Chile." That's in response to reports that the Chilean Supreme Court has stripped Augusto Pinochet of immunity from prosecution, meaning that the former dictator may have to stand trial for alleged abuses of human rights. We talk with Sebastian Brett, a researcher for Human Rights Watch in Chile.
Reporter's Notebook: Negotiators for the City of Los Angeles say that talks with groups planning protests during the Democratic convention have broken down -- for the moment. We talk with Joe Hicks, Executive Director of Mayor Riordan's Human Relations Commission, and moderator of talks between the LAPD and groups planning to demonstrate on the streets of LA.