Cameras in the courtroom? The Minnesota Supreme Court may consider whether media cameras should be allowed in trial courtrooms. Advocates say electronic media help people understand what's going on in our judiciary system. Midmorning debates the merits of cameras in the courtroom.9:06 a.m.
Mark Anfinson: Attorney in private practic,e and attorney for the media petitioners to the Minnesota Supreme Court asking for cameras in the courtroom.
Janelle Kendall: Stearns County attorney. She opposes cameras in court.
The CIA turns 60 The Central Intelligence Agency turns 60 years old this month. Observers say the spy agency has a lot of work ahead to rebuild the clandestine service, especially in countries closed to the U.S. like Iran and North Korea.10:06 a.m.
John Radsan: Former assistant general counsel at the CIA. He's now associate professor of law at William Mitchell and director of the National Security Forum.
Mark Mazzetti: National security correspondent for The New York Times.