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Georgia

Despite a ceasefire, there are reports of Russian tanks rolling into the Georgian city of Gori today. We speak with Borzou Daragahi, Middle East correspondent, Los Angeles Times.

Hillary Clinton's Campaign

E-mails and memos published for the first time in The Atlantic reveal how the Clinton campaign was undone by a clash of personalities and conflicting strategies that produced an epic meltdown. We speak to senior editor Joshua Green, who wrote the article.

Olympics

We speak with Boston Globe sports reporter Shira Springer for an Olympics update. Also, we profile masters swimmer Sue Walsh. She missed her chance to compete in the Olympics when the United states boycotted the 1980 Games in Moscow, but she's still swimming and breaking world records in the senior category.

Computer Hacking

It started off as a class project....but ended up in court. An MIT engineering student talks about how he and fellow students were sued when a class project on the security failings of the Boston subway system caught the eye of Boston's transportation authorities.

Elvin Bishop

Though musician Elvin Bishop is probably best known for the pop song "Fooled around and Fell in Love", his longest love affair has been with blues music. He explores that love on his new CD "The Blues Rolls On".

This program aired on August 13, 2008.

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