It's Monday, which means it's time to check what's on the agenda this week. Marcus Mabry, associate national editor for The New York Times, and Dan Gross, senior editor and finance expert at Newsweek join us.
ProPublica's Dafna Linzer talks to us about the connections between Faisal Shahzad and the Pakistani Taliban. Linzer also describes the maneuvering behind the resignation of national intelligence director, Dennis Blair.
The Pakistani Taliban are sending conflicting messages regarding their involvement with Times Square terror suspect Faisal Shahzad. Though initially claiming involvement in the attempted attack, the group now denies it.
Who is Faisal Shahzad, the man accused of placing a car bomb in New York's Times Square over the weekend? After two days of intense interrogation, news continues to trickle in about the motives and connections behind the attempted attack.
Federal agents arrested Pakistani-born Faisal Shahzad at New York's Kennedy Airport for the attempted Times Square car bombing. Though Shahzad has admitted to planning and placing the car bomb, his connection to terror groups remains to be seen.
Authorities arrested an American citizen of Pakistani origin, who is alleged to be behind the failed bomb attempt at Times Square on Saturday. Faisal Shahzad was arrested early Tuesday morning as he tried to board a plane at New York's Kennedy airport.
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