Can America's infrastructure be saved? A recent report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers gives the United States a cumulative grade of D in infrastructure. Will President Obama's plan for $50 billion to repair the nations roads, rails, and runways be enough for significant improvement?9:06 a.m.
Robert Puentes: Senior Fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution.
Barry LePatner: Founder of the law firm LePatner & Associates and author of the forthcoming book "Too Big to Fall: America's Failing Infrastructure and the Way Forward."
In search of Utopia A long-standing fascination with utopian thought led writer J.C. Hallman on a journey to six modern utopian projects. In the process, he found in these communities a desire to make things better that he believes is missing in much of modern-day America.10:06 a.m.
J.C. Hallman: Author of "In Utopia". His other books include "The Chess Artist" and "The Devil is a Gentleman." He currently teaches english at St. Thomas University.