Back in the 1960s, Bruce Porter was a novice reporter for Newsweek. He promised a young runaway he would not disclose her name in his article, and then printed it anyway. Since then, he's been so bothered by his mistake that he tracked her down to apologize.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with Carlos Warner, an attorney for 11 detainees in Guantánamo Bay. He says as many as 130 have been on hunger strike since February, and they want the world to know their story.
The life of a cartoonist was not easy and certainly wasn't lucrative. Keith Knight caught a big break when he launched his first syndicated comic strip, which started running in many high profile papers. Then the bottom fell out of the newspaper industry. Also in the show: A woman tries to save her ancestral language.
Dr. Andrew Johnstone also sees the need for reform, but he thinks the best solution is the free market. He says he's practically broke because insurance companies are dictating what he can charge, what drugs he can prescribe, and what tests he should run.