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Monday, April 30, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 1210 | 53m 30s

Tonight on the program, we examine the delicate diplomatic situation between the United States and China after rumors the U.S. is harboring escaped Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng. Also: how tech companies take advantage of the U.S. tax code, Wisconsin's recall election, al-Qaida one year after bin Laden's death, and making 'combat paper' from old military uniforms as art and therapy.

Aired: 04/29/12 | Expires: 05/30/12
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