December 5, 2013 -- Updated 0522 GMT (1322 HKT)
Matthew Fraser says racism is a sensitive issue in France, and Bob Dylan's comments have touched a raw nerve.
Paul Callan says that as the investigation focuses on the excessive speed of the New York train that jumped the tracks, prosecutors could have the option of seeking an indictment
Brian Donovan says we don't know what went through Paul Walker's mind in the moments leading up to his fiery end, but the crash may provide yet another example of speed's addictive power over even highly intelligent people
The Innocence Project's Barry Scheck says the case of Michael Morton -- wrongly imprisoned for 25 years -- revealed a valuable tool against 'bad apple' prosecutors.
U.S.-China ties tested
V.P. Joe Biden is meeting with Chinese Pres. Xi Jinping today to discuss disputed air-space between
On the news