This week's agenda: Obama and the economy, BP, and the Quran

The Takeaway
President Obama is embarking on a week of focusing on the economy. He will visit Milwaukee to address Wisconsin's union workers; Cleveland, where he's expected to give details on his ideas to improve the economy and spark job growth; and back to Washington D.C. for a White House news conference on Friday. Dan Gross, senior editor and finance expert at Newsweek, says tax breaks to encourage companies to hire will be the main item on Obama's agenda. BP is expected to release its internal probe into the Deepwater Horizon explosion sometime this week, and is expected to take some of the blame. And is President Obama any closer to lifting the moratorium on offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, after a second oil rig exploded there last week? Sergio Bustos, state politics editor for The Miami Herald, believes lifting it sooner would put many people needing jobs, back to work. And this coming Sunday marks the 9th anniversary of 9/11. The Dove World Church in Florida, led by Terry Jones, is stirring up a lot of controversy as his church plans to commemorate the anniversary by holding an "International Burn a Quran Day."