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Monday, November 28, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 3320 | 54m 39s

Tonight on the program, as anger builds in Pakistan over a deadly NATO air strike, the U.S. scrambled to try to assure an already weary ally. Also, we examine whether Newt Gingrich has the staying power to remain the GOP frontrunner and a federal judge rejects a controversial Citigroup, SEC settlement. Finally, we look at international difficulties to reach a climate deal on greenhouse gases.

Aired: 11/27/11 | Expires: 12/28/11
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