President Bush takes the Sept. 11 commission to task over its findings that there was no relationship between Saddam Hussein and the al Qaeda attacks on the United States. A CIA contractor becomes the first civilian to face criminal charges related to the U.S. treatment of prisoners in Afghanistan and Iraq. The Southern Baptist Convention breaks away from the global organization it helped create a century ago. And the Detroit Pistons beat the Los Angeles Lakers for the NBA title. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses the news of the week with Rochelle Riley, a columnist with The Detroit Free Press, and Sam Fulwood III, Metro columnist with The Plain Dealer.