Before he was in the national spotlight, Bradley Manning, the Army intelligence analyst who now faces charges of giving classified material to WikiLeaks, was an isolated young man with a troubled family life, according to Frontline correspondent Martin Smith.
Renee Montagne talks to Amy Kazmin, South Asia correspondent for the "Financial Times," about Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus. The Bangladeshi government sacked him from his job at a premier micro-lending bank he founded.
"Rolling Stone" magazine has published more pictures taken by U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. They show American troops posing with dead Afghans, among other disturbing images. NPR's Martin Kaste reports the photos are connected to ongoing court martial cases of soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state.