The Edwards "Poverty Tour" Presidential candidate John Edwards hopes his tour of places in poverty will bring the issue home to more people. But polls suggest that not even low-income voters favor Edwards as a result.9:06 a.m.
Lawrence Mead: Professor of politics at New York University. He has written extensively and testified on welfare reform. He's the author of "New Politics of Poverty: The Nonworking Poor in America."
Peter Dreier: Professor of politics at Occidental College.
Robert Dallek: Presidential historian and author most recently of "Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power." He's also written several books on LBJ's presidency including, "Lyndon B. Johnson: Portrait of a President."
Whither the newspaper? Rupert Murdoch has made a $5 billion bid for The Wall Street Journal, perhaps the most notable among recent changes in ownership of dailies. We'll talk with a former editor about the future of the newspaper industry.10:06 a.m.
Byron Calame: Former public editor for the New York Times. He is also a former editor of the Wall Street Journal.
Eric Black: Former reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He currently writes for the Minnesota Monitor.