Impacts of Terrorism

Apr 24, 2013

Three out of four Americans see occasional terrorism as a part of life in the future. That percentage is up in the wake of last week’s bombings at the Boston Marathon.  "River to River" examines changing public attitudes toward terrorism and how the Boston bombing is affecting debate over immigration.

Also, Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds says she will not run for the open US senate seat in 2014.  Analysts Steffen Schmidt, Professor of Political Science at Iowa State University, and Jim McCormick, Chair of Political   Science at Iowa State University join the conversation.