A journalist's homecoming from Iraq A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist comes home after five years of reporting from Iraq. John Burns, who writes for the New York Times, shares his hopes for the country, journalists covering the war, and the wife he leaves behind in Baghdad.9:06 a.m.
John Burns: John F. Burns is the new London bureau chief for The New York Times.
The world of wine He can tell you why a $700 bottle of wine is so special, why Sauvignon Blanc is overrated, and why wine writers describe wines the way they do. Midmorning talks with wine critic Mike Steinberger.10:06 a.m.
Friday Follow: The quest for Mars NASA begins a digging mission on the northern pole of Mars, a dream come true for members of the Mars Society, who are currently in the midst of training for their own Mars project.10:51 a.m.
Robert Zubrin: Aerospace engineer and author of "the Case for Mars."