Malcolm Gladwell; Tsarnaev's Guilty Verdict; Elections in Ferguson

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An artist's sketch of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hangs on the wall outside the Moakley Federal Courthouse for videographers to record during the Marathon bombing trial. March 9, 2015

Malcolm Gladwell goes against conventional wisdom about "underdogs vs. giants" and argues there's a lot to be learned from lop-sided conflicts. Plus: Dzokhar Tsarnaev's guilty verdict and sibling influence in crimes; Ferguson's recent city council elections; and a doctor reflects on his first year as an intern.