Toyota's problems grow Toyota's recalls now number more than 8 million cars worldwide. Along with the government's examination of what is causing problems with everything from gas pedals to steering are questions about whether the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) is too close to the companies it's investigating.9:06 a.m.
Joan Claybrook: Former NHTSA administrator. She was also president of consumer advocacy group Public Citizen until 2008.
Jayne O'Donnell: covers auto safety for USA Today.
A challenging year for law enforcement Midmorning talks with two of Minnesota's top crime fighters about a busy year in which they've investigated a major national security case, taken down the nation's second largest ponzi scheme, and gone after police corruption.10:06 a.m.
Ralph Boelter: Special agent in charge of the FBI's Minneapolis division.