Public is more skeptical of health reform efforts People appear divided on how health care should be changed and whether the Obama administration is doing a good job on the issue. Recent polls suggest the heated town hall exchanges may have had an impact on people's perception on how Congress and the president are doing on health care.9:06 a.m.
Charles Franklin: Professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He's the co-founder of Pollster.com.
Susan Page: Washington bureau chief for USA Today.
Risk in a time of uncertainty Twenty years ago, spurred by a newfound love of flying, aviation writer Lane Wallace left a good job and a nice salary for a life of adventure. In her new book, she talks about the risks and rewards of what she calls the "hero's journey."10:06 a.m.
Lane Wallace: founder and editor of the web site "No Map. No Guide. No Limits" and author of "Surviving Uncertainty: Taking a Hero's Journey." She also writes the "The Uncommon Navigator" column for The Atlantic.