Five years ago, an earthquake shook our region--and caused $34 million in damage to the Washington National Cathedral. We get an update on the repairs.
Guest Host: Jennice Fuentes
The beach or Disneyland are typical summer destinations. But for a married couple who both work as defense industry journalists, a worldwide trip to explore the secretive worlds associated with nuclear defense sounded good. Hear how they spent summer 2005, visiting everything from missile silos in Kansas to the Ukraine’s Chernobyl.
- Sharon Weinberger Senior Reporter, "Danger Room", Wired Magazine's National Security Blog; and co-author of "A Nuclear Family Vacation: Travels in the World of Atomic Weaponry (Bloomsbury)
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