Show rundown for 2/1/2008Play
At least 68 people are dead in Iraq after two female suicide bombers blew themselves up today in separate attacks on Baghdad pet markets. These are the deadliest attacks since the surge in U.S. troops last spring. Guest: Tina Susman, Baghdad Bureau Chief for The Los Angeles Times
THE GI BILL
Paul Rieckhoff, executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, says the benefits provided by the original bill don't measure up today.
"FIRST, KILL ALL THE SCHOOL BOARDS"
Matt Miller, senior fellow at the Center for American Progres, sayslocal control of America's public schools is not working. He makes the case for more federal control of schools in an article in this month's Atlantic, under the headline, "First, Kill All the School Boards."
We discuss the Clinton-Obama chair incident last night with Alessandra Stanley of The New York Times. Senator Obama pulled out Senator Clinton's chair for her following the debate. Was it sexist or just a sign of civility?
The Super Bowl showdown between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants is just days away. We speak with Only A Game host Bill Littlefield and with Steve Grogan, quarterback for the New England Patriots who were trounced by the Chicago Bears in the 1986 Super Bowl.
This program aired on February 1, 2008.