Show rundown for 3/5/2008

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Presidential Politics

We will check in with the campaigns of the John McCain, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama after yesterday's four primaries. Our guests are Richard Wolffe and Holly Bailey of Newsweek; Amy Chozick of the Wall Street Journal. We will also be joined by Carl Bernstein, noted journalist and author of a book about Senator Clinton, A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Latin America Standoff

The sabre-rattling in Latin America continues, following Saturday's raid by Colombia into Ecuador to kill Communist guerrilla leaders. Colombian leaders are accusing the guerrillas of trying to obtain uranium which could be part of a dirty bomb, and they accuse Venezuela's Hugo Chavez of financing the rebels. In response, Venezuela has massed troops on the Colombian border. We speak with Adam Isacson of the Center for International Policy.

Taste of Home

"Taste of Home" is a bi-monthly publication that prints family recipes, pictures and stories of contributors.

Frost Unplugged

Here and Now's Andrea Shea reports on the just released lectures by poet Robert Frost at Dartmouth College back in the 1940's. Literary scholars say the lectures, which were taped and unedited, show a new, seldom seen side of Frost that captures him at a turning point in his career.

This program aired on March 5, 2008.

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