With Republicans having ended their blockade against Wall Street Reform, the President explains that "through all the noise and the lobbyists and the partisanship," there's a simple choice.

With Republicans having ended their blockade against Wall Street Reform, the President explains that "through all the noise and the lobbyists and the partisanship," there's a simple choice.

Senate debate begins on a financial overhaul bill. The Supreme Court rules on religious symbols on federal land. And the president selects three nominees for the Federal Reserve Board. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top national news stories.

Guests

  • Chris Cillizza is managing editor of PostPolitics.com and author of "The Fix" on washingtonpost.com.
  • Jerry Seib executive Washington editor, "The Wall Street Journal."
  • Susan Page Washington bureau chief for USA Today.

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