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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Season 2013 Episode 1280 | 54m 27s

Tonight on the program, we discuss Benghazi and the House hearing that is the latest dispute in the matter. Also: The immediate aftermath of the three women found in Cleveland after having been missing for over 10 years, Treasury Secretary Lew talks long-term unemployment, scientists unearth signs of genocide in Guatemala, and looking at hospital billing disparities.

Aired: 05/07/13 | Expires: 12/31/69
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