- Disorder in the court
Saddam Hussein and his defense team appear to be bent on derailing the Iraqi Special Tribunal. But one observer says that despite numerous setbacks, the prosecution is putting together a powerful case against the former dictator.9:06 a.m.
Michael Scharf: Professor of law and director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio.
Peter Erlinder: Professor of law at William Mitchell College of Law. He is currently serving as the lead counsel for the defense at the UN Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
- Judging bias
Does bias help us make decisions? A Stanford economics professor says it does, and he says Olympic figure skating judging holds lessons for people in business.10:06 a.m.
Eric Zitzewitz: Assistant professor of economics at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.
Janet Carpenter: Janet Carpenter judges figure skating at the national level. She also judged men's figure skating during the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. Carpenter competed as Janet Gerhauser in the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo, Norway.
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