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WikiLeaks on Manning verdict: 'Extremism'

The website that served as Pfc. Bradley Manning's conduit for spilled U.S. secrets is describing his espionage convictions as "dangerous national security extremism from the Obama administration."Full story

June 2: Broken DC, the DOJ and the media

What you can expect from Sunday's show. Full story

What is the path to violent extremism?

  As new details shed light on the lives of the Boston Marathon  bombing suspects' lives leading up to the attack, Chris Hayes talks with Maya Berry of the Arab American Institute and former federal prosecutor Ken Ballen about what we should know about the process of violent radicalization.

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  Few clues as to whether Boston attack was foreign or domestic

Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center joins Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discuss what it means that the investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings has offered few clues as to whether the attack was foreign or domestic.

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