Special musical tribute to The Doors' Ray Manzarek; CEO Tim Cook spins Apple's tax evasion at Senate hearing, Siri fails....to answer my question, "Does Apple use tax gimmicks?"
--despite whale-sized investment losses, shareholders retain Jamie Dimon as CEO and Chairman of JPMorgan Chase
--IRS official Lois Lerner says she will "take the 5th", always a bad sign in a scandal
--Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) challenges House Speaker Boehner over bill to authorize Keystone XL pipeline--he argues that House is overstepping
--Steve Horn reports that the proposed fracking rules released by Interior Dept. for public lands were written by ALEC and Exxon-Mobil
--a dozen nuns and priests calling themselves "Catholic Whistleblowers" are challenging bishops and the pope to really deal with sex abuse scandal
--here in the Bay Area, a corrupt cop who stole drugs, robbed hookers, and set up "dirty DUI" traps, draws 14-year prison sentence
--Guatemala's top court has annulled the genocide conviction of Efrain Rios Montt
Ray Manzarek, a talented musician who was keyboard player for The Doors, died yesterday at age 74 of cancer. We close the show with samples of his solo music, obscure Doors songs, well-known Doors songs, and The End.