On August 2, 2005, journalist Steven Vincent was kidnapped and later murdered in Basra, Iraq. Nour al-Khal, his translator, was with him when he died. Since that time, Steven's wife, Lisa, has been working to get Nour refugee status in the United States. Guest host Scott Jagow talks with Nour and Lisa about what it was like to meet for the first time at the airport, and how they're settling into life together in New York City. Also on the show: the lasting legacy of the Tiananmen Square massacre. And, a man breaks one of the cardinal rules of bear encounters…don't run.