Catastrophic hurricanes, the war in Iraq, and changes on the U.S. Supreme Court are just some of the top stories of 2005. Experts analyze the year's biggest events, and what they may mean for 2006.
Ron Elving, senior Washington editor for NPR
David Savage, legal correspondent for the Los Angeles Times
Ethan Bronner, deputy foreign editor of The New York Times
Jill Dutt, assistant managing editor of the financial section in The Washington Post