Joining us is Democratic State Senator Bob Jauch from Wisconsin District 25, one of the senators who left the state Capitol. He calls the bill an unprecedented attack against workers and says he wants to give them time to voice their concerns.
It's been a week since Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president of Egypt. Now the focus is on Bahrain as protests there heat up. New York Times reporter Patrick Farrell reports from Bahrain on what he witnessed during Friday prayers in Manama.
Radiohead is famous for pushing the envelope in music. But in recent years the group has also taken a hard look at the music industry itself, and made some very public bids for new ways for major bands to interact with fans in the music marketplace.
Sunday marks 25 years since the U.S. Senate ratified the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Adam Jones, professor of political science at the University of British Columbia, joins us.
In Wisconsin, demonstrators are protesting a state bill that would cut state workers' ability to bargain collectively. Wisconsin isn't the only state where union battles are blazing. Ohio Public Radio reporter Bill Cohen explains the latest.
Early Saturday morning, House Republicans, prodded by fervent Tea Party freshmen passed a bill slashing government spending by $61 billion immediately. How could this affect you?
Ahmed Almegaryaf is a Libyan-American whose uncle is an opposition leader. And Abdulla Darrat, founding member of Khalas, hopes to provide a network of information for Libyans at home and abroad. We get reactions on the current situation from both.
What is in store for Libya? For more analysis of the latest news, we're joined again by Dirk Vandewalle, professor of government at Dartmouth College and Mohamed Abdulmalek, Chairman of Libya Watch, a human rights group.
Joining us to discuss the military's role in political change is David Sanger, Chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times and weekly guest on WQXR's "The Washington Report."