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Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 550 | 47m 02s

Tonight on the program, forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi struck at key towns, trying to dislodge rebels. We examine how the opposition stacks up as the bloody struggle intensifies, and assess how the unrest will affect oil and gasoline prices globally. Finally, we get a report on the battle over pensions in New Hampshire and the final mission for space shuttle Discovery lifts off.

Aired: 02/23/11 | Expires: 03/24/11
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