Diane leads a discussion about the collection of stories which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
The morning after the "Super Tuesday" primaries, Diane and her guests take a look at where we are now in the process. They’ll also try to unravel and explain the complex system of primaries, caucuses, delegates and conventions that lead to the selection of Presidential nominees.
- Ron Elving Washington editor for NPR.
- Larry Sabato founder and director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia and author of some 20 books.
Most Recent Shows
Toll road mileage is increasing nationwide as cash-strapped states try to relieve traffic congestion without raising taxes. But some transportation officials are facing a political backlash. Diane and her guests discuss the future of toll roads in the U.S.
Harvard physician Atul Gawande says we need to change the nation's approach to aging and dying. How nursing homes can focus more on patients’ need for human connection, and how end-of-life treatment is actually shortening lives instead of extending them.
Legendary singer Linda Ronstadt has won 11 Grammy Awards in a career spanning four decades. We take a look at her rise to stardom, life in the music business and her recent battle with Parkinson's.