Capitol culture Washington's Pennsylvania Avenue links both the U.S. Capitol and the White House with other places where power is quietly exercised threaded in between. A new book compares the power brokering of years past with the way things get done, or not, in the nation's capitol today.9:06 a.m.
John Harwood: co-author with Gerald Seib, "Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles in Backroom Power." Harwood is the chief political correspondent for CNBC. He also writes The Caucus column for The New York Times.
Talking Volumes broadcast with Judy Blume Judy Blume won fans and attracted controversy years ago with books on teen sexuality and racism. Perhaps her best known book is "Are You There God? It's me, Margaret," published in 1970. Now she's writing about sibling rivalry for a younger audience. Blume was the final author of the season in the Talking Volumes series. Her conversation with Kerri Miller was recorded before an audience at the Fitzgerald Theater on June 12.10:06 a.m.
Judy Blume: is the author of "Cool Zone with Pain and the Great One."