The Failed Bombing Plot: What Are the Lessons?

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The failed bombing of Times Square led to speedy arrests in the US and Pakistan. It's also raised many questions about how the incident came about and how it's been handled. We look for answers. Also, one of the leaks has been sealed off in the Gulf oil spill, and in several states, establishment candidates of both political parties faced challenges in yesterday's primaries.  We hear what the results might reveal about November's elections.

Banner image: New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly (2L) speaks to the media about a car bomb that was discovered before it could be detonated in Times Square the previous evening May 2, 2010 in New York City. The car, a dark SUV pictured at right in an image taken by a surveillance camera, was loaded with explosives and had begun to detonate but hadn't exploded. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images 

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Darrell Satzman, Katie Cooper