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Losing Tim, Charlotte's Web and the "Deporter in Chief"

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After yesterday’s shooting at Fort Hood, Madeleine interviews novelist and poet Janet Burroway about her new memoir, Losing Tim, which tells the story of her son, an Iraq vet who took his own life. A new study finds that LA is one of the least sprawling large cities in the country. We talk to the study’s author. Charlotte’s Web is a strain of marijuana that is very effective for treating epilepsy. But one of the only places in LA that sells it just got a cease-and-desist from the city. We look at what the drug does and talk to the mother of a child who uses it. With 2 million deported under his watch, President Obama has been nicknamed the "Deporter in Chief.” But a closer inspection of the numbers shows a different picture.

Banner Image: SWAT team members approach a building with a gunman inside. Thirteen people were killed and 30 more wounded in an attack by a lone gunman at Fort Hood, Texas, Nov. 5, 2009. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason R. Krawczyk

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