No-Fly Lists, Underwear Bombs and the 'War on Terror'

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Five hundred American citizens are on the FBI's No-Fly list, without explanation or any way to appeal. We hear about the latest in high-tech terrorist technology and the denial of Constitutional rights. Also, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon keeps his job, and for the first time, British prosecutors have made criminal charges against one of Rupert Murdoch's highest executives and former confidants. We hear about Rebekah Brooks and allegations of conspiring to "pervert the course of justice."

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Warren Olney