You’re going to hear from an early member of Al-Qaeda—he was a key figure in its operations in Afghanistan and elsewhere. And what’s more remarkable about Amen Dean is that in 1998 he was recruited by British intelligence to spy on Al-Qaeda. He worked as an agent until his cover was broken in 2006. He’s decided to speak publicly because he wants to confront jihadists. The BBC’s Peter Marshall interviews undercover agent Amen Dean.

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It's become known simply as "The Conversation," the cautionary talk African-American parents have with their children about how to conduct themselves in the presence of police officers. Albuquerque civic leader Patrick Barrett of the Sankofa Men's Leadership Exchange told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE about his conversation with his 7 year old daughter.

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Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino of Albuquerque is the sponsor of a proposed constitutional amendment that calls for regulation of the sale, production, processing, transportation, as well as details including the taxation of cannabis that would be determined by the state legislature. The Democrat has also sponsored several other bills this session on the topic of cannabis, with his second consecutive attempt at legalizing it through a constitutional amendment grabbing the most attention of the lot.

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KSFR's Abigail Adler brings you local news at noon. 

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Tuesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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