Mike Shuster

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In less than 12 hours the FBI's two suspects were identified as brothers in Boston. We look at what's known about them and possible connections to their Chechen roots.

Manhunt in Boston

In less than 12 hours the FBI's two suspects were identified as brothers in Boston. We look at what's known about them and possible connections to their Chechen roots.

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Army private Bradley Manning is facing court-martial for revealing the Wikileaks documents. In pre-trial hearings almost no one was watching.

Bradley Manning, Whistle-blower or Traitor?

Army private Bradley Manning is facing court-martial for revealing the Wikileaks documents. In pre-trial hearings almost no one was watching.

from To the Point

Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was captured, not killed. Should Suleiman abu Ghaith be tried in a New York courtroom, rather than before a military tribunal at Guantanamo?

Coming Soon: A Terror Trial in a New York Courtroom

Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was captured, not killed. Should Suleiman abu Ghaith be tried in a New York courtroom, rather than before a military tribunal at Guantanamo?

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