President Obama Speaks in Arizona

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President Obama spoke to over 14,000 in Arizona in an attempt to offer comfort during a time of national grief; in Washington, different congressmen pen legislation to both ban, and allow, concealed weapons on Capitol Hill; a Civil Rights era murder case reaches final closure; a standoff between U.N. and Hezbollah threatens Lebanon's government; Patrik Henry Bass on apocalyptic teen novels; the legal defense of pleading insanity evolves; a new report is dubious about new businesses; Sudan's referendum continues; Kennedy tapes get "leaked" to the public; and Oklahoma City and Tucson: how cities cope with grief.