Two-thirds of the people who died from gunshot wounds in 2010 were suicides. Diane and guests talk about recognizing people at risk of suicide and whether reducing access to guns could lower U.S. suicide rates.
An ethics panel in D.C. has found evidence that Council member Jim Graham violated the code of conduct applying to public officials, but it will not pursue the case because it has no authority to punish him.
Iran's supreme leader rejects direct talks with the U.S. Turmoil in Tunisia following the assassination of an opposition leader. And the remains of England's Richard III are found and identified. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
The debate over gun control in Maryland officially begins in Annapolis today, but Lieutenant Gov. Anthony Brown has already had a front row seat to the discussion among state residents at community meetings.
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