In a courtroom in Orlando, Fla., Friday, an immigration hearing resumes that involves a former top Salvadoran military official. Gen. Eugenio Vides Casanova faces possible deportation. He's charged with participating in torture and human rights abuses in El Salvador nearly 30 years ago.
A proposed ban on shark fin consumption has environmentalists facing off against many Chinese restaurants in California. A state assemblyman says harvesting shark fins is brutal since often the fins are cut off and the living shark is dumped back into the ocean. From member station KQED, Krissy Clark reports.
U.S. drone aircraft known as Predators are now flying over Libya around the clock, equipped with missiles to attack forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. It's the first time U.S. airstrikes on ground forces have been authorized since control of the operation was handed to NATO on April 4, but Defense Secretary Robert Gates insists it's not a prelude to deeper U.S. involvement.
It's a problem that might baffle even the intrepid Doctor Who: how to dissuade the show's devoted fans from downloading it illegally.
Those fans span generations — from those who remember the cult-y British science fiction show as a rickety affair, with visible zippers in costumes and esoteric plotlines, to newer converts impressed by the slick, accessible and very funny new reboot starring Matt Smith as the eleventh incarnation of the Time Lord, who scoots around the space-time continuum by way of a bright blue police call box.