The U.S. has placed a $10 million bounty for the capture of Pakistani extremist Hafiz Muhammed Saeed. Saeed is a leader of Lashkar-e-Taiba, the terrorist group responsible for the 2008 attacks on a Mumbai, India hotel that killed more than 160 people. Brookings Institution's Bruce Riedel discusses Saeed and Pakistan's tumultuous relationship with the U.S.
Two weeks ago, Iraqi-American woman Shaima Alawadi, was brutally beaten to death in her El Cajon home. Family members told reporters a threatening note was left at the crime scene — telling Alawadi "go back to your country, you terrorist." But new court documents may show that wasn't the case.
Illegal marijuana farms on public and private forest land aren't new in California, but they are a growing problem, with high stakes for the environment and public safety. In Mendocino County, the effort to find a solution has taken on a particular urgency after the murder last summer of one of its most prominent residents. Reporter Lisa Morehouse from The California Report investigates.
Kevin Roose lives in a tiny apartment in Brooklyn, NY, and like most young Americans, he buys his clothes on sale, takes the subway whenever possible, and rarely eats at fancy restaurants. But for one day, Roose became a billionaire.
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