A report from Israel includes an interview with Palestinian legislator and scholar Hanan Ashrawi. Also: a look at the Iron Dome while being embedded with the Israel Defense Forces; remarks from Israeli leaders about Iranian nuclear capabilities and Egypt's president-elect Mohammed Morsi.
Gen. David Petraeus is interviewed about his replacing Gen. McChrystal in Afghanistan; the role of counterinsurgency in the war on terrorism; and the future of the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan.
A report on the search for missing San Francisco technology executive Jerry Tang, who was last seen in Golden Gate Park on Nov. 29, 2005. Also: an update on Michael Devlin, who's accused of kidnapping two Missouri boys, holding one of them for four years.
Police brutality or drug delirium? A report on the 2005 case of a West Palm Beach, Fla., man who stopped breathing while under police restraint and died soon thereafter. Toxicology reports found drugs in his system. The officers involved have been exonerated legally, but the dead man's mother is suing the city.
A report on Frank Spisak, a cross-dressing Cleveland neo-Nazi who was sentenced to death for a 1982 murder spree. Spisak's sentence was overturned by a federal appeals court in October 2006 because of trial errors.