Social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter helps users mobilize around a common cause. But what if their message
is one of hate? The Simon Wiesenthal Center, a group working against global racism, has compiled a list of hundreds of websites
it deems hateful and is pushing their host sites to remove them.
At the White House, President Barack Obama welcomed Myanmar President Thein Sein, the first Burmese leader to visit Washington
in nearly five decades. Ray Suarez talks to Jennifer Quigley of the U.S. Campaign for Burma and Priscilla Clap, former chief
of the U.S. mission in Myanmar, about reforms in that country.
In Syria, Assad government troops pushed to retake a strategic town close to the Lebanese border. Hezbollah fighters joined
the Syrian regime army in laying siege to Qusayr, home to 40,000 civilians. Judy Woodruff reports on the growing involvement
of Hezbollah in the Syrian conflict.
In other news Monday, a wave of sectarian killings across Iraq left at least 95 people dead. It was the single-worst day of
violence in Iraq in more than a year and a half. Also The New York Times reports that computer hackers in the Chinese military
have resumed attacks on U.S. companies and government agencies.