New Explosions Hit London Authorities in London are investigating three incidents on the London Underground and one explosion on a bus, two weeks after blasts in the city killed more than 50 people. We get the latest news on today's explosions and some analysis of what is known so far.
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Authorities in London are investigating three incidents on the London Underground and one explosion on a bus, two weeks after blasts in the city killed more than 50 people. We get the latest news on today's explosions and some analysis of what is known so far.

Guests:

Nick Fielding, senior reporter at The Sunday Times of London

Peter Bergen, author of Holy War, Inc.: Inside The Secret World of Osama bin Laden; fellow at the New America Foundation in Washington, D.C.