Migrant Boat Disaster, 'Sabado Gigante,' and a History of American Radicalism

Today, EU leaders are meeting to talk about the crisis of migrants dying during dangerous boat rides from Africa to Europe over the Mediterranean Sea. What can countries do to curb the problem, especially as warm weather is expected to bring more dangerous boat rides? Then, in our regular television roundup, Louie and Daredevil. In other television news, we take a look at the long-running Spanish language variety show Sabado Gigante, which, after more than 50 years, will go off the air in September. Next, Madeleine interviews an author who's written a fascinating and exhaustive history of the homegrown violent revolutionary groups of the 1970s. And finally, how did "420" become associated with marijuana?

Photo: Armed Forces of Malta personnel in protective clothing carry the body of a dead immigrant off Italian coastguard ship Bruno Gregoretti as surviving migrants watch in Senglea, in Valletta's Grand Harbour, April 20, 2015. (Darrin Zamm/Reuters)