Gas Prices; Libya; Wisconsin; Homegrown Terrorism; NPR

We begin with some thoughts from our panel on the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. President Obama addressed the spike in gas prices in a news conference Friday; we address how to solve the problem. Also in a "lightning round" of sorts, we address a range of topics, including a no-fly zone in Libya, the vote in Wisconsin to curtail collective bargaining rights, Congressional hearings on domestic terrorism, and the scandals and resignations this week at NPR. (Chrystia Freeland, Global Editor in Chief for Thomson Reuters, sits in for Arianna Huffington)

Banner image: Rebel fighters flee a government air-strike on the front-line on March 11, 2011 in Ras Lanuf. Government troops loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi drove opposition forces out of the strategic oil town. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images