Covering civil unrest, such as that which has plagued Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of the shooting death by police last year of teenager Michael Brown, is often a high risk, high danger occupation.  Wesley Lowery, a former Boston Globe reporter now with the Washington Post, may well be the journalist best known for being caught in the cross hairs of that particular conflict. He has been charged by local authorities with trespass and interfering with police. Lowery recently joined Margery Egan and Jim Braude to discuss the current situation in Ferguson, which has again been wracked by violence and gunfire.