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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 2920 | 54m 45s

Tonight on the program, we examine how student loan debt is outpacing credit card debt as unemployment remains a problem. Also: U.S. financial institutions continue to be attacked via hacking, women vying for office in the battleground state of New Hampshire, watching the debates with a 'second screen' for digital media, and 'Listening In' to President Kennedy's secret White House recordings.

Aired: 10/17/12 | Expires: 11/17/12
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