As Oil Hits Ala., One Company Looks To Crowdsourcing For Solutions
Mother Of Murdered Daughter Reflects On Teen Dating Violence
Chilean police say 22-year-old Joran van der Sloot has been detained; he's suspected of killing a woman in Peru five years after he was suspected of killing Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005. Here in the U.S., the Department of Justice says that 16-to-24-year olds have the highest reported incidence of domestic and dating violence. We speak with Marjorie Gilberg, whose group, Break the Cycle, recently graded states on how available protection orders are to teens and dating partners; and Parents of Murdered Children founder Charlotte Hullinger, whose daughter Lisa was murdered in 1978 by her boyfriend, who went on to kill again.
MBA Graduates Prepare For Difficult Job Market
As the economy goes, so go the job prospects for new graduates from business schools. Diana Middleton of the Wall Street Journal says she's seeing some opportunities out there for new graduates.
Coyotes Become Urban Menace
Baseball Deals With The Fallout From A Bad Call
The Boston Globe's national baseball writer Nick Cafardo joins us to talk about last night's almost perfect game by Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga. Umpire Jim Joyce botched the call on the final out so Galarrag missed a chance to make history.
Actor Zack Weinstein Pursues Hollywood Career, Now From Wheelchair
Music From The Show
- Dntel, "Last Songs"
- Christian McBride, "Theme for Kareem"
- Radiohead, "Myxamatosis"
- U2, "One", performed by "Glee" cast
This program aired on June 3, 2010.
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