Great presidential expectations President-elect Barack Obama has begun the transition process with national security briefings. But even before his election, Obama's aides were playing down the notion that any of the significant foreign policy and economic problems facing the U.S. would be resolved within the first 100 days.9:06 a.m.
Bruce Stokes: International economics columnist for the National Journal. He's also a transatlantic fellow with the German Marshall Fund.
Diane Brady: Senior editor at BusinessWeek magazine.
Tim Walch: Director of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library.
The 2008 election and the religion gap When the word Muslim came up in the political rhetoric, it was most often used to try to frighten voters into shunning Obama. Eboo Patel, a Muslim and an interfaith activist, talks about what the 2008 election meant to him both in rhetoric and results.10:06 a.m.
Eboo Patel: Founder and Executive Director of the Interfaith Youth Core. He writes The Faith Divide, a featured blog for the Washington Post. His book "Acts of Faith" is just out in paperback.