Cali Earthquake; Ariel Sharon; Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg; Frank Deford
California State Treasurer Kathleen Brown, novelist Dominick Dunne, and historian Kevin Starr report on yesterday's devastating earthquake that hit a mere 20 miles from downtown Los Angeles. Israel's former minister of defense, Ariel Sharon, shares his thoughts on relations between Syria and Israel, terrorism, and the Oslo Accords. Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg plays "The Swan" by Saint-Saens and reflects on why she is considered controversial in the world of classical music. Considered to be the best sportswriter of his generation, Frank Deford introduces his fifth novel, "Love and Infamy," and discusses current events in sports.