PTSD on the rise A recent study from the Department of Veterans Affairs shows that the number of Iraq and Afghanistan vets diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder is rising rapidly, and some say the VA is failing to meet the mental health needs of returning soldiers.9:06 a.m.
Matthew Friedman, MD: Executive director of the VA's National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He's a professor of psychiatry and pharmacology at Dartmouth University.
Ilona Meagher: Author of "Moving a Nation to Care: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and America's Returning Troops."
Paul Sullivan: Director of Veterans for Common Sense. He is a veteran of the Gulf War and worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs from 2000-2006.
Finding work after war Once they've survived tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, military veterans have to either reclaim jobs held for them or look for new work. Job search expert Amy Lindgren offers ideas for former soldiers in the midst of transition.10:06 a.m.
Amy Lindgren: Founder and president of Prototype Career Service. She also writes a job search column for the Pioneer Press.
Pakistan's state of emergency Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf's declaration of emergency rule has led to protests across the nation and provoked widespread condemnation by foreign governments.10:45 a.m.
Rick Barton: Co-director of the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Project at Center for Strategic and International Studies.