Get a closer look at the defense strategy for saving Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s life from WGBH's Adam Reilly(@reillyadam) and Emily Rooney. (Starts at 0:45)

In 2001, then Washington Post reporter Peter Slevin (@peterdslevin) watched Juan Raul Garza, a convicted drug trafficker and murderer, be put to death by lethal injection. Now an associate professor at Northwestern University and author of Michelle Obama: A Life, Slevin gave his perspective on the death penalty. (Starts at 6:02)

In an interview with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer, Bruce Jenner brought a great deal of attention to the transgender community by saying that he's a woman. Chair-emeritus of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, Nancy Nangeroni, and executive director at the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, Mason Dunn, shared their insight. (Starts at 11:24)

In 2010, DJ Henry was shot and killed by officer Aaron Hess while trying to park his car. A grand jury declined to indict Hess for the murder, and now, four and a half years later, the Justice Department determined there was not enough evidence to pursue charges. Angella and Danroy Henry (@AngellaHenry12), DJ's parents, offered their side of the story. (Starts at 18:04)