Mike Causey, Federal News Radio
Read Causey's column "Sequester: Bombshell or burp?"
Nancy Cordes, CBS News congressional correspondent
Sen. Alan Simpson, former Republican Senator from Wyoming, former co-chair of the bipartisan Simpson-Bowles deficit reduction panel
John McClain, senior fellow, George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers may be put on notice that they could be furloughed in the event of sequestration.
DHS releases hundreds of illegal immigrants from immigration jails ahead of budget sequester
Let WTOP know your concerns about the automatic cuts.
Obama rejects GOP plan to give president more say in allocating spending cuts
Jake Sherman, congressional reporter for POLITICO
Tom Temin, Federal News Radio
Chris Core, commentator
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell believes the U.S. will not avert sequestration and automatic spending cuts will go into effect on March 1.
Rep. Rob Wittman, R-Va.
Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va.
The gridlock in Congress over finding a way to avoid sequestration could actually mean less gridlock on D.C.-area roads.
A trial in the United Kingdom last week exposed al-Qaida's new strategy for attacking the U.S.