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Breaking news updates regarding the arrests that have been linked to the sniper case. As well, Kojo discusses risk and reality as it relates to our public fears. And we look at the reaction of the local media versus the national media in the sniper case.
- John Ross Author of "Living Dangerously: Navigating the Risks of Everday Life"; Senior Editor and Writer, "Smithsonian Magazine"
- Don Rush WAMU Reporter
- Sean Aday Assistant Professor, School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University
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