Today's coverage agenda: car dealers, Pelosi, Obamas, nukes, Netanyahu
Here is the lineup we're working on today:
In US news ...
• Speaker Pelosi, embattled over accusations that she didn't do all she should have to check harsh interrogations of terror suspects, has come back swinging at her critics – even accusing the CIA of lying. Gail Chaddock looks at how much has her leadership been damaged by the torture flap?
• A US appeals court finding that police can use GPS devices to track suspects’ travels – without a warrant or other judicial approval – represents an expansion of police powers and, by the judges’ own admission, is possibly a “troublesome” invasion of privacy. Yvonne Zipp probes where the law stands, beyond that one judicial district, on the issue of GPS use in law enforcement.
• After hearing Secretary of Education Arne Duncan deliver the commencement address, Stacy Teicher Khadaroo talks to graduating seniors and their parents at St. Michael’s College in Vermont about higher education and money.