Tracking the Arms Trade in Syria, The Shadowy Process of Political Rule-Making, Donald Trump vs. Scotland

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Friday, March 29, 2013

A Syrian citizen holds the remains of a projectile shot by a tank near the town of Khan Sheikhun. (Getty)

Tracking Arms and Armies in Syria | New Movie Releases: 'The Host,' 'G.I. Joe Retaliation' | The Shadowy, Byzantine Process of Political Rule-Making | Donald Trump vs. Scotland

Tracking Arms and Armies in Syria

For almost a year, Eliot Higgins has been carefully watching and analyzing hundreds of videos posted online every day in an effort to determine how arms are getting into Syria. Even though he has no formal training in tracking arms, he's considered something of an expert.

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American Express Latest Victim of Major Cyber Attacks

If you have an American Express account and you tried to check your balance or see your statement yesterday, you may have been confronted with a blank screen, or some strange, ancient typeface. It wasn't just you.

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Your Stories of Marriage Delayed — or Bypassed Altogether

While gays and lesbians fight for the right to marry, increasingly, straight women are delaying marriage or avoiding it altogether. Your stories illustrated many changing views of marriage.

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New Movie Releases: 'The Host' and "G.I. Joe Retaliation'

This week, the Rafer Guzman of the Movie Date podcast looks at two new releases: "The Host," starring Saoirse Ronan and "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

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The Shadowy, Byzantine Process of Political Rule-Making

Getting a bill signed into law seems like quite a victory, but for major legislation, getting the president's signature doesn't automatically set the entire law in motion. The process is actually much more complicated.

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Scotland Takes On Donald Trump

Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy, and now he's courting it overseas. The real estate mogul has been engaged in a years-long battle with the residents of the Scottish city of Aberdeen, but now the project has hit another snag.

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