Police Lost Track Of NY Bomb Suspect, No-Fly List Came Through
The suspect in Saturday's attempted Times Square car bombing reportedly might have eluded police because media trucks appeared in his Bridgeport, Connecticut neighborhood on Monday afternoon. Law enforcement officials trailing Faisal Shadzad lost him for several hours and no one knew where he was until customs officials scrutinizing passenger lists late Monday night found that Shahzad had just boarded a midnight flight from New York to Dubai. It turns out his airline had not yet checked the no-fly list, to which Shahzad's name had been added only hours before. We speak with New York Times reporter Scott Shane.
A Look At Bomb Suspect's Pakistan Connection With The BBC's Owen Bennett-Jones
Planned Closing Of Babe Ruth's School Has Alumni Fuming And Fundraising
The Catholic Church Eyes Its Future
The clergy sex abuse scandal is one of the major issues facing the Catholic Church, but John Allen says there are other issues that will affect the church in the future. Allen is Senior Correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter and he joins us to talk about the state of the Catholic Church today and tomorrow.
The Struggle To Maintain Tibetan Culture
In the isolated Tibetan Buddhist community of Zanskar in northern India, the closest schools that teach the Tibetan language and way of life are miles away and the culture itself is dying out. In an attempt to preserve that heritage, Tibetan monks take a group of children from Zanskar on a difficult trek through the Himalayan mountains. We speak with filmmaker Frederick Marx who profiled the the expedition in his new film "Journey From Zanskar." Marx was also the producer and editor of the highly acclaimed 1994 documentary "Hoop Dreams."
Music From The Show
- Warsaw Village Band, "Grey Horse"
- RJD2, "Someone's Second Kiss"
- The Slip, "Tinderbox"
- Tristeza, "City of the Future"
This program aired on May 5, 2010.
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