Plane Crash Pilot Had Decades-Long Feud with IRS
A Closer Look At Clergy Sex Abuse
In Ireland, Dublin's Archbishop met with victims of clergy sex abuse today, following a closed door conversation between Pope Benedict XVI and 24 Irish Bishops. The gathering was prompted by several devastating reports released by the Irish government detailing decades of clergy abuse on thousands of children. We speak with Audrey Carville, who reports from Dublin for the BBC, we also speak with two victims of sex abuse: John Kelly, founder of the group Irish Survivors of Child Abuse, and attorney Helen McGonigle, of Greenwich, Rhode Island.
Tiger Woods Emerges
In his first public statement since the allegations of infidelities late last year, Tiger Woods makes a public statement today. At a tightly-controlled event just outside Jacksonville, Florida, he speaks about his private life, his therapy, and his future plans. Longtime golf writer, Garry Smits of the "Florida Times Union," joins us to talk about what happened and what it all means.
Evan Lysacek's upset win over Evgeni Plushenko in figure skating, Julia Mancuso becoming the first American female Alpine skier to win three medals with more events to come: we look at what's going on in Vancouver with Boston Globe sports reporter Shira Springer.
The Big Fish Swimming... To Chicago
Scientists this week are using nets and electric current along the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal to determine if the invasive species the bighead Asian carp, which starve out other fish and are known to hurtle from the water when startled, have reached Lake Michigan en masse. The huge fish have been the focus of a 15-year battle, pitting Illinois and its shipping industry against neighboring states who want the government to close Chicago-area shipping locks closed to keep the carp out of Lake Michigan. We speak with Cliff Banks, professional fisherman and Mayor of Spring Valley, Illinois, about how the carp have affected his city which hosts a big fishing tournament next month.
Musician Matt Morris
After a stint with the All-New Mickey Mouse Club in the 1990's, Matt Morris went back home to Denver to just "be a kid again." But the connections Morris made with fellow Mousekateers Justin Timberlake and Christine Aguilera drew him back into show biz. He started writing songs with Timberlake and penned his songs for Aguilera and Kelly Clarkson. Now, Matt Morris is striking out on his own with his debut recording "When Everything Breaks Open."
This program aired on February 19, 2010.
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