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6:30AM Craiglist expects a 22% increase in revenue this year – mainly off of ads for prostitution. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal & Nicholas Thompson, Sr. Editor at Wired Magazine on the website’s controversial new profit.
7:10AM Financial reform – shot down in the Senate. Gerald Seib, Washington Exec. Editor at the Wall Street Journal and A.B. Stoddard, Associate Editor & Columnist at the Hill on the winners and losers of this vote – and what's next.
7:30AM Goldman Sachs in the hot seat – Sen. Claire McCaskill on what to expect in tomorrow's Congressional hearing.
8:10AM 5 months – 113 homicides – does the National Guard need to step in to stop the violence in Chicago? We'll ask Community Organizer Mark S. Allen and Illinois State Rep. LaShawn Ford.
8:30AM With Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas invited to Washington by President Obama – where do we stand in the peace process? Israeli Ambassador to the U.S., Michael Oren joins us.
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