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Since 1998, Janet Leissner has been vice president and Washington bureau chief of CBS News. Her history with the network began in 1984, when she started as a producer for the "Evening News," covering stories such as the Tiananmen Square uprising and the 1988 presidential campaign of the first President Bush. She moved on to become a senior producer for "America Tonight," a late-night news program anchored by Charles Kuralt and Lesley Stahl during the Persian Gulf War, and then returned to the "Evening News" as a senior producer for several years before becoming bureau chief. Here's your chance to pick her brain about all the experiences she's had after more than 20 years at CBS News. In addition to our standard 10, e-mail us your questions and she'll answer one.