Things That Are Too Big To Fail

An Indian election officer marks the finger of a voter with ink at a polling station in New Delhi.

The biggest election on earth is underway in India. We'll hear about the candidates and issues on the ballot. Then: U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara explains why he doesn't think the Moreland Commission on public corruption should have been disbanded, as well as possible charges against big banks. Plus: the long (really long) view of the Arab Spring; Al Sharpton's past with the FBI; and sifting through Medicare data.