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Friday, May 6, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 1260

Tonight on the program, after a week of Osama bin Laden, the economy moved back to the top of the news with a new jobs report. We break down what the numbers mean with experts. Also, we report on the special and secret military team that killed bin Laden in Pakistan and take a look at the growing economic disparity in the U.S. Finally, the analysis of Shields and Brooks.

Aired: 05/05/11
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