NATO Defense ministers, including Secretary Robert Gates, meet in Brussels tomorrow to discuss the situation in Libya. Britain and France are pushing for a "No-Fly Zone," while the U.S. and some other NATO allies are much more cautious.
In Southern California, 11 Muslim college students head to court Friday to face charges for disrupting a speech last year by Israel's ambassador to the U.S. The local prosecutor says the students at the University of California at Irvine had no right to disrupt the event. Supporters of the students say they're being targeted for being vocal critics of Israel.
And in New York, the most expensive Broadway show ever just got more expensive. "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" hasn't even opened yet, but it's been in the news for months for its astronomical cost, its reoccurring delays and injuries among cast members. The musical was supposed to open later this month, but it's delayed yet again.
We called reporter Jeff Lunden in New York City to find out what the latest is on Broadway's "Spider-Man" saga.
And Jeff, first, why the delay, and what is the new opening date?