Congressional expert assesses first 100 days The House and Senate are back to work after a two-week congressional recess. How much is being accomplished by a Democrat-controlled Congress working with a Democratic president?11:00 a.m.
Norman Ornstein: Resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute. Senior advisor, Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. Election analyst for CBS News since 1982. Columnist for Roll Call.
Did CIA memos promote immoral interrogation techniques? A former CIA attorney discusses President Obama's public release of Bush administration Justice Department memos to the CIA, which offered legal justification for harsh interrogation techniques many have concluded are torture.11:30 a.m.
John Radsan: Professor of law at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul. Former assistant general counsel at the CIA. Director of the National Security Forum.
Two survivors tell their stories on Holocaust Remembrance Day Two girls, Sabina Zimering and Lucy Smith, hid from the Nazis in Poland during World War II. They survived the Holocaust and live in Minnesota today. Zimering wrote her story in the book, "Hiding in the Open." Both women were interviewed by MPR's Dan Olson for the "Voices of Minnesota" series.12:00 p.m.