Sen. Durenberger weighs in on the CIA tapes controversy Former Minnesota Republican Sen. David Durenberger, who was chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee in the mid-1980s, discusses the controversy over the CIA's destruction of al-Qaida interrogation videotapes.11:00 a.m.
David Durenberger: Former U.S. senator, R-Minn. Durenberger served in the Senate from 1978-1994.
Scott Silliman: Executive director of Duke University's Center on Law, Ethics and National Security. Silliman is a retired Air Force colonel.
Living with Alzheimer's disease There are around 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease, the debilitating illness that first robs people of their short-term memories and ultimately leads to dementia and death. A Minnesota Public Radio documentary looks at efforts to treat Alzheimer's and what it's like to live with the disease.12:00 p.m.