President Obama and his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, announced today that they've made important steps in restoring relations between the two countries. They've already agreed to a cut in nuclear warheads, but can the two new presidents find common ground on more controversial issues such as human rights and the missile defense field? What influence does former Russian President Vladimir Putin have on the negotiations? Also, an update on the continuing crisis in Honduras. On Reporter's Notebook, is Los Angeles prepared for hundreds of thousands of Michael Jackson fans flooding the streets downtown tomorrow? Sara Terry guest hosts.
Banner image: President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev sign documents on nuclear arms reduction before their news conference at the Kremlin. Official White House Photo: Chuck Kennedy)