Where is the "cascade" of classified information leaks coming from and can it be stopped? There's a bipartisan effort underway in Washington from four top Republicans and Democrats in light of three glaring examples of leaks in the past month.
Last week, The New York Times reported President Obama ordered cyber-attacks against Iran's nuclear facilities, and that the president personally oversees a "kill list" for expanded drone attacks. In May, we found out a U.S. double agent helped foil an airline bomb plot out of Yemen.
The Obama Administration is being accused of leaking the secrets for political points, but the White House flatly denies that.
After meeting with Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Senate Intelligence Committee vice chair Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) remained ambiguous about whether he thinks the leaks were politically motivated.
This morning on "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien," Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) and a ranking member of that committee Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) talk to Soledad about the severity of the leaks and possible ways that Congress could go about investigating it.