Iranian Scientist Returns Home
As BP Oil Waste Piles Up, Questions Arise Over Where To Put It
National Rifle Association Gains Influence With Democrats
From Rep. Paul Hodes (D-NH) to Senate majority leader Harry Ried (D-NV), some key Democrats are embracing gun owners' rights and currying favor with the powerful National Rifle Association, a lobby that's long been a darling of Republicans. We speak with Susan Milligan of the Boston Globe.
Police In Arizona Train To Enforce State's Immigration Law
A federal judge hears arguments today about whether Arizona's controversial immigration law should take effect later this month. The Justice Department is suing to stop the law, which mandates that police, while enforcing other laws, must ask about a suspect's immigration status if there's reasonable suspicion to believe that person is in the United States illegally. Police in Arizona are currently undergoing training in how to enforce the law, in case it does go into effect. We speak with Lyle Mann, executive director of Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board, which produced a video to inform officers how and when they can question a suspect's immigration status.
Rise, Fall And Race At The New York Times
Music From The Show
- Air, "Mike Mills"
- Christian McBride, "Brother Mister"
- Paul Simon, "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover"
- Freddie Hubbard, "Little Sunflower"
- Radiohead, "There, There"
- Funk Brothers, "Keep Me Hangin' On"
- Outkast, "Liberation"