Yellowstone Wolf Killing Casts Spotlight on Wolf Policy

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When Yellowstone's most famous wolf was shot and killed -- legally – by a hunter, her death became an international story almost immediately. On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, guest host Judy Muller looks at the ongoing debate about the role of the wolf in modern-day America. Also, Los Angeles celebrates one of Mexico's most important religious figures: the Virgin of Guadalupe. On Reporter's Notebook, a look at the legendary Ravi Shankar, the man who introduced Indian music to much of the western world.

Banner image: A wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Photo posted by Oregon State University, courtesy of Yellowstone National Park