By Tracey Webb [twitter-follow screen_name='WebbWriterguru']
Get your daily scoop of what State of the Union is watching today, March 12, 2014.
1. CIA in the hot seat. The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Michigan, says he wants to get to the bottom of concerns that the spy agency tried to interfere with a congressional probe of its activities. "We're going to have to unwind this, find out what the truth is," Rogers told CNN. "If someone broke the law, they're going to have to pay the penalty." His comments followed accusations by the Senate Intelligence Committee's Democratic chairman Dianne Feinstein that the CIA removed some documents from her staff's computers in the middle of an oversight investigation. Feinstein says the CIA may have broken the law and violated Congress' constitutional authority. CIA Director John Brennan has denied Feinstein's claims, saying "nothing could be further from the truth."