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Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard's autobiographical novel "My Struggle" is an unlikely literary hit. The six-volume, 3,600-page work recounts the mundane events of his life in vivid, sometimes excruciating detail. But the book has become an international bestseller and Knausgaard's dedicated fans include leading authors like Jeffrey Eugenides and Zadie Smith. We'll talk to Knausgaard about the book and his recent two-part essay in the New York Times on traveling through North America.
The high-profile police-involved deaths of Freddie Gray and other African-American men have highlighted what some view as a need for greater police accountability. Body cameras have been offered as one way to provide such accountability and improve transparency. But body cameras raise a host of logistical and ethical questions. We'll look into the debate over body cameras in the wake of announcements by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee that the city will invest $6.6 million on body cameras and the Justice Department's pledge of $20 million.