Inside details on the first couple's life inside the White House – New York Times Washington Correspondent Jodi Kantor talks about her new book, "The Obamas." Two years after the earthquake in Haiti, NPR correspondent Carrie Kahn looks at the rebuild efforts. California is a state strapped for cash, but imagine what things would be like if you had a say in how your taxes were spent. We talk to Josh Lerner, director of the Participatory Budgeting Project, about how that might work. Questions continue to be asked about GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's time at private equity firm Bain; we speak with Dan Primack, Senior Editor at Fortune Magazine. And the Sklar brothers are here with their weekly look at the world of sports.