Host Michel Martin and the Barbershop guys discuss the latest person to get into hot water on Twitter. CNN contributor Roland Martin was suspended for what critics called "homophobic" comments. The guys also weigh in on a controversial Senate campaign ad that critics are calling offensive.
Tell Me More host Michel Martin and editor Ammad Omar dig into the mailbag for listener feedback. They check in on the 'Linsanity' surrounding Jeremy Lin, a star with basketball's New York Knicks. Martin spoke to him when he was playing for Harvard University. They also check out responses to a controversial discussion on women's health.
The nation's big banks are writing death plans — living wills that spell out how, in a future crisis, they could be safely dismantled. The idea is that the death plans will help avoid another government bailout of the banks.
"You're technically writing your own funeral, down to the color of the flowers" says Dolores Atallo.
Reports are popping up on various newssites that, as The Associated Press puts it, "President Barack Obama will announce a plan to accommodate religious employers outraged by a rule that would require them to cover birth control for women free of charge, according to a person familiar with the decision."