In Phoenix tomorrow, Sheriff Joe Arpaio will go on trial for what he calls "crime suppression" and the plaintiffs call "racial profiling." Will it hurt or help him in this year's campaign for a sixth term? Will it move Washington any closer to immigration reform? Also, a massive bomb hits the defense team of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, and the Greenland ice sheet -- "changing before our eyes."
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Trial
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Massive Bomb Hits Syrian President's Defense Team
A massive suicide bombing in the heart of Damascus today killed the brother-in-law of President Bashar al-Assad, his defense minister and a former defense minister.
7 min, 22 sec
Giant Chunk of Ice Breaks off Greenland Glacier
Yesterday, an iceberg twice the size of Manhattan broke off from Petermann Glacier, one of Greenland's largest and just the latest in a process scientists attribute to...
7 min, 43 sec