Kevin Kline; Newfield; Gray; Soderbergh
Actor Kevin Kline talks about working with director Lawrence Kasdan, the difference between acting for stage and film, and why he loves classical theatre. Columnist Jack Newfield reports new facts he's learned about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. William Gray, president and chief executive officer of the United Negro College Fund and a former U.S. congressman, talks about politics and the American economy. Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh discusses his movie "Kafka," which stars Jeremy Irons.