After protests in Libya and Egypt that killed a U.S. Ambassador and other State Department officials, the Middle East continues to erupt in protests. The anti-Islam film that sparked protests was made here in Southern California, but the identity of the filmmaker is still a mystery. Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Diaz talks with us about his latest collection of short stories. Will a new football stadium in downtown L.A ruin your commute forever? And, the Sklar Brothers are here with the latest highlights in sports. The Federal Reserve is set to announce QE3, will that improve the economy in a substantial way? And now that the party conventions are over, the race to the White House is on its final lap. NPR's political editor Ken Rudin explains what President Obama and Gov. Romney will need to win. TV Critic Maureen Ryan is here to tell us about the newest season. Our series on movie trailers continues with a look at how the music is scored, and Parenting on the Edge regular Teresa Strasser is here to talk about being pregnant on TV ... in Arizona.