Between the Lines

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On today’s show, The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer discusses the controversy surrounding the trials of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the so-called Underwear Bomber. Then, we’ll look at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new exhibition of drawings by Agnolo Bronzino, the great Florentine court artist of the Medici. Also, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein talks about her much-discussed new novel 36 Arguments for the Existence of God. And, Timothy Ferris examines the links between science and democracy.