C.J. Chivers, of The New York Times, travels with an antigovernment fighting group — The Lions of Tawhid — in and near Aleppo, where the war for Syria's future has hardened all involved. (New York Times)
New York Times Middle East correspondent Stephen Farrell joins Chris Jansing to discuss being held captive by Gadhafi's soldiers for six days. Farrell along with three other NYT journalists were held hostage in Libya. (Jansing and Co)
Libya's foreign minister has declared a ceasefire after the United Nations Security Council voted to authorize a no-fly zone yesterday. NBC's Jim Maceda also reports on four missing New York Times journalists have now been found. (msnbc tv)
Adam B. Ellick visits the family village in Pakistan of the Times Square bomb suspect, where relatives discuss his upbringing and dismiss claims of his involvement in the bombing attempt as an American plot to justify the Afghan war.