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Dallas police detective who escorted Lee Harvey Oswald honored by Dallas police

  The legendary Dallas police detective, James Leavelle, who was handcuffed to JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald when he was shot by Jack Ruby was honored today by the Dallas Police Department.  Leavelle  survived Pearl Harbor and joined the force in 1950.  NBC’s Charles Hadlock reports.     

Looking back at America’s ‘Angry Days’

  Chris Matthews talks with author Lynne Olson about her book “Those Angry Days: Roosevelt, Lindbergh and America’s Fight over World War II” and America’s growing pains leading to WWII.

What we can learn from WWII, Iraq

  Author Lynn Olsen lays out the parallels between getting into World War II and getting into the war in Iraq – and tells The Cycle hosts what we can learn from both experiences.

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  Cyber-warfare? The China hack FAQ

The Atlantic’s James Fallows joins Martin Bashir to explain the latest on China’s hackers – whether they are connected to the country’s military and how far their reach may extend into the United States.

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USS Arizona goes down in flames in Pearl Harbor
USS Arizona goes down in flames in Pearl Harbor

In this Dec. 7, 1941 file picture, the battleship USS Arizona belches smoke as it topples over into the sea during a Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

U.S. Navy Seabees display Navy Working Uniform Type III in January 2012 in Pearl Harbor.
U.S. Navy Seabees display Navy Working Uniform Type III in January 2012 in Pearl Harbor.

U.S. Navy Seabees display Navy Working Uniform Type III in January 2012 in Pearl Harbor.

The submarine USS Greeneville is escorted to the submarine base at Pearl Harbor, in February 2001. A high concentration of important military commands and facilities on the island mean there's a great deal of information in Hawaii that potential adversaries want to know.

Photographer Dominic Phillips is one of 200 volunteers who signed up to host virtual photo walks.
Photographer Dominic Phillips is one of 200 volunteers who signed up to host virtual photo walks.

Photographer Dominic Phillips is one of 200 volunteers who signed up to host virtual photo walks. Phillips toured the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor in February, live-streaming the images to a group of World War II veterans in Cameron, Mo.