Dick Gordon speaks with longtime Boston Marathon announcer and runner Kathrine Switzer. She was covering the event on Monday and witnessed the explosions. She says the event may have been targeted because it is a symbol of freedom.
"Mango" by Bruce Cockburn
Producer Phoebe Judge talks to Katherine Switzer about an amateur coach, a feisty official, and a race that helped change running for women in America.
Dick talks with Stuart Spencer, who was integral to the campaigns of both Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan.
Hassina Sherjan, a frequent guest from Afghanistan, tells Dick that Kabul has gotten safer, and that she often goes out at night for poetry recitals.
Producer Katie Davis tells the story of a cursed storefront in Washington D.C.
Comedian and democrat Michael Ian Black goes on a road trip with Meghan McCain, Sen. John McCain’s daughter.
Betty Bigombe on negotiating with Joseph Kon.
For decades, Haitians have left their country to help it. On Dick's final report, he hears young people talking about the importance of not leaving.
Scott Carrier reports as the Portland Occupy encampment is disbanded by police, and he tells of disturbing actions by protestors and police.
How does an average person earn money these days in Iraq? Ask Ahmed.
Author Michael Patrick MacDonald talks about the apprehension of James "Whitey" Bulger.
A filmaker helps bring Guatemala dictator Rios Montt to justice.
When Kimberly Wasserman learned that health problems and death were tied to the smokestacks in her Chicago neighborhood, she started going door to door and got them shut down.
Writer Christopher Hanson details a campaign to get journalist Edward Kennedy recognition for reporting on the end of World War II.
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