[FROM THE ARCHIVES] Benji Smith and Emily Lau were celebrating their honeymoon aboard the Costa Concordia cruise ship when it hit a rock, started sinking, and triggered chaos on board.
[FROM THE ARCHIVES] Todd Busch, who is overseeing the removal of the sunken Costa Concordia cruise liner from the Mediterranean Sea, explains how they're getting the ship it out.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with William Vizzard, who tracked down firearms for almost three decades, and Jay Wachtel, a veteran firearms trafficking investigator.
Larry Hyatt runs one of the biggest gun shops in the country, and he tells host Dick Gordon that as some politicians have tried to tighten gun legislation, he’s seen a growing demand for “high capacity” guns.
Contributor Scott Carrier lived in the Salt Lake City neighborhood where 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart was abducted and held. He says that we can be blind to what is right in front of us.
Charles Kernaghan, a labor rights activist, has pushed for governments to prioritize the rights of workers in Bangladesh and elsewhere. He talks with host Dick Gordon about the recent tragedy there.
Daniela Pelaez is a freshman at Dartmouth College who is undocumented. She has been lobbying the U.S. Senate’s "Gang of Eight" for immigration reform.
Host Dick Gordon checks in with Issa Touma, a resident of the Syrian city of Aleppo and occasional guest of the program.
Haya Ajjan, a Syrian living in the U.S., talks to Dick about her family. Then, Dick and Haya call two of her friends, one of whom left Syria for Jordan and the husband who remained in Damascus.
Samir Nahi al Hasan Moqbel, a detainee on hunger strike in Guantánamo Bay, says he’s been deemed no threat to the U.S., yet hasn’t been released.
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