Key lawmakers in Congress are warning the Justice Department not to retaliate against whistle-blowers and leaders at the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms. They're reaching out only days after the ATF leader met with congressional investigators to talk about a gun trafficking scandal.
Casey Anthony was acquitted yesterday on charges of murdering her two-year-old. The credibility of the maid accusing Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault has been thrown into question. The AMA has taken a stand against the use of Photoshop in magazines. Host Michel Martin discusses these stories with this week's "Beauty Shop" panel: political science professor Melissa Harris-Perry, former magazine editor Anita Malik and journalist Eleanor Beardsley. This conversation may contain language considered too graphic for young listeners.
Heart specialists who sifted through a registry of more than 600,000 people treated with catheters, inflatable balloons and stents to clear blocked coronary arteries found the procedures were used too often in patients with stable heart trouble.