A Year and a Half after Katrina
President Bush visits the Gulf Coast and New Orleans. Just what will he see? We take stock of the region a year and a half after Katrina.
The wife of presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, said recently that she understands that people have misconceptions about the Mormon faith.
Report: No Connection Between Crime, Immigrants
An advocacy group for immigrants releases a study that says there's no connection between high crime rates and illegal or legal immigrants. We speak to Ruben Rumbaut, who co-authored the report.
Sports with Bill Littlefield
Bill Littlefield parses the week's sports news including a new turn in an investigation of performance enhancing substances.
We speak to director Ali Selim about his new film, "Sweet Land." The film was shot in 24 days for an astonishing million dollars. It just received the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature. It tells the story of the immigrant experience in the 1920's in Minnesota.
This program aired on March 1, 2007.