Osama bin Laden is seen at an undisclosed location in this television image broadcast Sunday Oct. 7, 2001. (AP Photo/Al Jazeera)
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Jarret Brachman: Assistant professor of security studies at North Dakota State University and the former director of research at West Point's Combating Terrorism Center. He is the author of "Global Jihadism: Theory and Practice"
A cache of documents recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound show deep divisions within al-Qaeda over how to manage its emerging affiliates. We'll speak with a counter-terrorism specialist about what he sees in the documents.
"The size of the guest-worker program is designed to adjust automatically in response to changing U.S. labor needs, growing in good years when the economy needs more foreign workers and shrinking when more Americans are out of work."
After we taped the Friday Roundtable, I asked the panelists what we should pick up at the farmer’s market this weekend. Stephanie Meyer recommends morels. Amy Thielen says to buy dandelion greens if you can find them. Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl’s a fan of rhubarb: Here’s what you can do with rhubarb. I like to cook…