Motivations and Murder
Could solving a triple murder case have prevented last year’s Boston Marathon bombings?
New evidence implicates one of the alleged Boston Marathon bombers in a triple homicide in 2011. A reporter investigating the murders thinks the marathon bombings might have been prevented if police had pursued the murder investigation more thoroughly. Also in the program, what motivates a Mexican drug smuggler? We also hear about the globe-trotting American basketball players in Libya, and learn why French is making a comeback in one US state bordering Canada. Plus, Iranian-American comedian K-von Moezzi, tells us how he learned about being Persian when he started doing stand-up.
(Photo: A pair of running shoes and flowers at a makeshift memorial for victims of the Boston Marathon bombing April 15 2013. Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Boston Marathon Bombing
How solving a triple-murder might have prevented the Boston Marathon bombings
A Mexican woman still fears deportation after helping the US bust drug traffickers
International Space Station
Conversation tips for Russians and Americans aboard the International Space Station
French in Maine
What is prompting so many people to speak French in this state bordering Canada?
Basketball in Libya
The experiences of two globe-trotting American basketball players in Libya
The Iranian-American comedian who learned about being Persian through doing stand up
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