Libya; Nuclear's Future; Michele Bachmann; Plunging Home Sales

With NATO set to take command of the Libyan campaign, what is the United States' endgame in Libya? What factors determine whether Libya is a foreign policy success or failure for Obama? In Japan, with news of a wider evacuation radius from around the reactors, what's next for nuclear energy in the US? Should there be regulatory reforms for nuclear power? Michele Bachmann is in the news this week as a possible contender to the GOP presidential nomination for 2012. What does her candidacy mean for the field of other potential candidates? Also, how is foreign policy shaping up as a key election issue over, say, the economy? And new housing sales plunged to the lowest levels on records dating back nearly 50 years. What needs to happen to reverse this decline and grow our economy? (Mary Matalin sits in for Arianna Huffington.)

Banner image: Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) speaks at a New Hampshire GOP fundraiser at the Courtyard Marriot March 12, 2011 in Nashua, New Hampshire. Photo: Darren McCollester/Getty Images