Three people comment on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico: Colonel Daniel Bordelon, the Commander of the Engineer Task Force with the Louisiana National Guard; Michael Ziccardi, director of The Oiled Wildlife Care Network; David Morris, Emergency Response consultant specializing in oil spills.
Cleve Hicks has been studying chimps for 10 years, the last four in the Congo. The preserve where his study was being conducted was overrun by illegal gold miners last year. So Cleve and his crew had to leave the preserve and set up shop somewhere else.
What made Robert Hawkins take a rifle and shoot strangers last week in Omaha? Today, Dick talks to Josh Stroder, a young man who had something in common with Mr. Hawkins. When Josh was 14, he went to high school in a rural area and didn't fit in. He started getting bullied and before long, he was feeling at odds with everyone. Also in this episode, Gary Yohe is the lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the United Nations agency that accepts the Nobel Peace Prize today with Al Gore.