* NPR's White House Correspondent
* Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institute
* Co-authored two Brookings studies, Assessing the Department of Homeland Security and Protecting the American Homeland
* Executive Editor, Government Executive magazine
Representative Jim Kolbe
* Republican Congressman from Arizona
* Member, House Appropriations Committee
The Securities and Exchange Commission is charged with protecting the interests of investors. Lately though, some wonder if it's doing enough. How does the SEC work? Where did it come from? And from Joe Kennedy to Harvey Pitt, what type of leader does it need? Go inside the SEC in this hour of Talk of the Nation from NPR News.