U.S., Iraq discuss long-term relationship With a year left in office, the Bush administration has begun discussions with the Iraqi government on America's long-term relationship with that country. What that relationship will look like, and what kind of presence the U.S. military will have in Iraq, is prompting debate in Washington.9:06 a.m.
Brian Katulis: Senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
Michael Rubin: Resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and editor of the Middle East Quarterly. He was formerly a political advisor to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq.
Ethnic violence worsens in Kenya Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan begins mediating the crisis in Kenya, but is it too late to stop the violence? Ethnic conflict following a disputed presidential election has left hundreds of people dead.9:45 a.m.
Makau Mutua: Interim dean of the University of Buffalo Law School and chair of the Kenya Human Rights Commission.
Stephen Morrison: Director of the Africa program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Led by her values Lois Quam rose through the ranks to transform a local health insurer into a national powerhouse. She says her move to another company was partially inspired by her commitment to environmentalism.10:06 a.m.
Lois Quam: is the new managing director at Piper Jaffray. She was formerly the CEO of Ovations, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group. Last year Fortune magazine named Quam to its list of 50 most powerful women.