- Iraq's unclear future
President Bush announced the planned withdrawal of a total of 8,000 troops from Iraq by early next year. In a new book, a journalist and former Marine assesses the state of Iraq, and the choices facing the next president.9:06 a.m.
Bing West: Author of the new book, "The Strongest Tribe: War, Politics & the Endgame in Iraq." West was assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs under President Reagan. Currently, he's a correspondent for Atlantic Monthly.
- Where's that girl power?
Women in university classrooms succeed at similar rates to their male peers, but researchers find a disconnect once women get into the workforce. Midmorning examines why success in school is not a predictor of success in the workplace for women.10:06 a.m.
Hannah Seligson: Journalist and author of "New Girl on the Job: Advice from the Trenches."
Monica McGrath: Professor in the management department of the Wharton School of Business. She also runs a consulting practice in leadership development.
Linda Hallman: Executive director of the American Association of University Women.
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