Regrets, I've Had a Few Everyday we make mistakes and most of the time we just ignore these failings and move forward. But every so often, there is one that makes us pause and take notice. This week, people struggling with those regrets — big and small — that take root and have to be dealt with.
The Heart Wants What It Wants When Jesse first started getting letters from Pamela, he couldn't believe his luck. He'd been waiting all his life to fall in love — and then he started getting these letters from the perfect woman. Vulnerable. In need of protection. Classic beauty. He was totally devoted.
The Night in Question Twenty years ago, the prime minister of Israel was assassinated. The killer was a lone gunman, Israeli and Jewish. Many saw it happen; the assassin confessed that night, and has never recanted. But today, lots of people don’t believe it happened that way. And a question hangs over the country: did this act change the fate of the nation?
Lower 9 + 10 Katrina bus tours go all over New Orleans, but it's illegal for them to go into the Lower 9th Ward, the area that's been the slowest to rebuild. This week we go around talking to residents there about what matters the most to them (and what doesn't) ten years after the hurricane.