The savings and hardship of Medicare reform Medicare could be bankrupt within 25 years if Congress doesn't reform how it's funded. A new report reveals the savings and costs that reform would have on the government, the elderly and businesses.9:06 a.m.
Jeff Goldsmith: President, Health Futures
Marc Goldwein: Senior Policy Analyst at the New America Foundation
Crossing the line of war Abu Ghraib prison photos depicted the the embarrassing treatment of suspected terrorists who were alive. Now, gruesome images of dead civilians, some pictured as prized mementos, is another tarnish for the U.S. military. Hear how photos of "The Kill Team" made their way to Rolling Stone magazine.9:40 a.m.
A Widow's Story: The story of Joyce Carol Oates After publishing her first book in 1963, Joyce Carol Oates has since published over 50 novels, three of which were nominated for Pulitzer Prizes. Hear the interesting life of a proficient writer raised in a working-class family.10:06 a.m.
Joyce Carol Oates: author of "A Widow's Story: A Memoir"