A discussion of the flap over undercover sting arrests of gay men at area public parks, under the state's crime against nature law. The law was overturned by the Supreme Court in 2003. Bruce Parker, with Equality Louisiana, and Metro Councilman John Delgado will talk about it.
Jim visits with novelist and former Baton Rougean David Madden, who just turned 80.
Former Rep. Lindy Boggs of Louisiana, who used the soft-spoken grace of a plantation lady to fight for civil rights during nearly 18 years in Congress, has died. She was 97.
Her daughter, ABC News journalist Cokie Roberts, says her mother died Saturday of natural causes at her home in Chevy Chase, Md.
Boggs' years in Congress started with a special election in 1973 to finish the term of her husband, Hale, whose plane disappeared over Alaska six months earlier. Between them, they served a half-century in the House.
Dr. Faye Williams and Jim talk about fallout from the George Zimmerman verdict, and its effect on the black community. Conservative political consultant Scott Wilfong offers his perspective on the post-trial uproar.
Author Stephanie Evanovich on her new novel, "Big Girl Panties".