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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 3600 | 54m 38s

Tonight on the program, we report on Christmas Day appeals for peace in troubled corners of the world. Also: we examine open seats in Congress, debate over how much mammograms protect women, what's next for the Affordable Care Act, peacekeepers keeping watch on the Filippino island of Mindanao, charges of corruption from an unexpected group in China, and Greek poets write of crisis.

Aired: 12/24/12 | Expires: 01/24/13
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Afghan activist's memoir details her inspirational fight to educate women
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Supreme Court hears cases involving free speech rights on social media
Israel plans for invasion of Rafah as cease-fire and hostage negotiations continue
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on political benefits and drawbacks of Biden's Israel support
Muslim, Arab American voters hope to send Biden message about handling of war in Gaza
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