Monday, May 23, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Twisting the story around. A veteran tornado reporter recounts his own experience hiding from the deadly storm in Joplin, Missouri.
Apologies, but still unaccepted. Despite saying sorry, the Canadian government has yet to address immigration mistakes that have kept a Nigerian couple apart for two years.
Poll fault. A professor examines the results of this month's federal election -- and the incorrect media analysis that preceded it.
War, and peas. A new book takes on the politics of food aid -- and the way that aid fuels global conflict.
Hoping to take the shine off. Arizona observatories complain that border patrol searchlights are damaging their telescopes.
And, don he now his Takei apparel. The actor who played Mr. Sulu in Star Trek comes up with a clever way to fight Tennessee lawmakers who would ban the word 'gay' in primary- and junior-school classrooms.
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