Reflecting on Robert Gates; Net Neutrality; Safer Streets; Bitcoin Rush

Vice President Joe Biden, US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Admiral Mike Mullen during the United States Forces-Iraq change of command ceremony in Iraq

Former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates was on the show yesterday, and talked about Hillary Clinton, the war in Iraq, the NSA and criticizing a sitting president. New York Times Chief Washington Correspondent David Sanger analyzes Gates' sometimes surprising opinions. Then: the significance of this week’s net neutrality decision. Plus: reducing the number of pedestrian traffic deaths; the problems with the Spanish-language version of the Obamacare website, and the rush to mine bitcoins.