Last October, Yale lecturer Erika Christakis sent an email questioning whether university administrators should advise students on what Halloween costumes to wear. It resulted in protests on campus and a heated debate around the country.
The stimulus package grows as Senate Republicans add a tax break for new home buyers. President Obama calls for limits on executive compensation and former Vice President Dick Cheney warns of future terrorist attacks. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top national news stories.
- John Harris editor in chief, politico.com author of "The Survivor" and co-author of "The Way to Win."
- Naftali Bendavid national correspondent, Wall Street Journal; author of "The Thumpin': How Rahm Emanuel and the Democrats Learned to be Ruthless and Ended the Republican Revolution."
- Sheryl Gay Stolberg White House correspondent, "The New York Times."
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