Attorney General Eric Holder was answering questions about "Fast and Furious" yesterday before a Senate panel. "Fast and Furious" is the botched ATF program designed to track U.S. guns to Mexican drug cartels. ATF lost track of thousands of the firearms, some of which may have been used in the shooting death of a U.S. federal agent.


  •  Panelists Warren Caudle, Carol Ross and Mike Stagg joined "Mornings With Ken & Bernie" to talk about the "Fast & Furious debate, and these following topics:
  • Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain addressed claims of sexual harassment he has been facing at a news conference yesterday. He spoke to reporters as his campaign questions the motives of Sharon Bialek. She came forward saying she had been sexually harassed by Cain years ago.
  • The Supreme Court been hearing arguments yesterday in the first step towards deciding whether GPS devices constitute an unreasonable search. The question is whether police need to get a search warrant before secretly attaching a GPS device to a suspect's vehicle or monitoring the suspect's movements for an extended period of time.
  • A federal court is granting approval for a 410-million-dollar Bank of America settlement with about a million of its account holders. They had accused the banking giant of charging excessive overdraft fees for debit card transactions. It's one of the first settlements by a major bank over claims it processed transactions in a way that would make it more likely for customers to incur overdraft fees.