- Life as a CIA operative
Glenn Carle admits to breaking laws, ruining lives, and lying nearly ever day---all in the service of his country. After 20 years, he's now written a book "The Interrogator: An Education."9:06 a.m.
Glenn Carle: Former CIA case officer, spy, and author.
- Wisconsin recall elections - now what?
Voters in Wisconsin are having their say in the unprecedented recall election involving six Republican senators. What impact will the elections have on Governor Walker's battle with organized labor? Will the results signal a strategy for national politicians?9:40 a.m.
Charles Franklin: Professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin- Madison and co-developer of Pollster.com.
- Chore Wars
A recent Time magazine cover story highlights data that says men are doing more paid work and women are doing more unpaid work - but at the end of the day, they've put in just about the same number of hours. Is this the situation in your house? And why do so many women still say they're doing more?10:06 a.m.
Kathleen Gerson: Professor of Sociology at NYU and author of The Unfinished Revolution: Coming of Age in a New Era of Gender, Work and Family, among other texts.
Brad Harrington: Executive Director of the Boston College Center for Work and Family.
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