Show rundown for 6/4/2008Play
Obama as "Presumptive Nominee"
We get reaction from a Clinton supporter. We also hear from Democratic superdelegate Elaine Kamark, who says she believes the party will eventually unify behind Obama. And for analysis we turn to Michael Tomasky, editor of the American edition of The Guardian.
Historian and Princeton University professor, Julian Zelizer, examines the choices facing Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama as they look for a running mate.
Arraignments at Guantanamo Bay
Five "high-value" detainees will be arraigned tomorrow at a military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay. This as the Supreme Court considers the constitutionality of the commissions. Guest: Newsweek's Dan Ephron.
We talk with Rob Crilly, a reporter for the Christian Science Monitor in Kenya on the reaction there to the presidential race in the US. Crilly is just back from visiting the village in western Kenya where Obama's paternal family has its roots.
Among the Cannibals
Journalist Paul Raffaele traveled the world in search of those who still practice cannibalism. He writes about what he found in the book "Among the Cannibals: Adventures on the Trail of Man's Darkest Ritual."
This program aired on June 4, 2008.