NPR's FBI correspondent Dina Temple-Raston tells the real story of the Yemeni-American Al Qaeda recruits known as the Lackawanna Six. And a filmmaker gets deep inside one man's struggle with manic depressive illness. Also, a novelist depicts life in small town America on the eve of World War I. But first, a panel of journalists - one joining us live from Baghdad - shares eyewitness accounts of the conflict in Iraq and explains the complexities of wartime reporting.
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