No question was too pointed during Mike Wallace's storied and notorious television career. The ambush interview. The gotcha. That trademark inflection conveying disbelief. Was there ever a more entertaining American television interviewer than Wallace? He died Saturday at 93.
The presidential primary is over, but there are plenty of hotly contested elections still to come in Wisconsin this year. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports on the state's high profile among this year's political campaigns.
Two men have been arrested following the shootings in Tulsa, Okla., on Friday. Three people died and two were critically wounded. Host Rachel Martin talks to Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett about the shootings.
Over the last decade, the Baseball Hall of Fame has started to dig up the missing data of the Negro Leagues, recently releasing records of thousands of players to the thrill of scholars and fans alike. Host Rachel Martin talks stats with Rob Neyer, baseball editor at Baseball Nation.
The Obama campaign is expected to start highlighting what they consider a long list of national security accomplishments. For more on the foreign policy angles to this election, host Rachel Martin speaks with Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution.
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