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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 40 | 54m 45s

On tonight's program, we examine Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney as his campaign plans to carry the momentum from his narrow Iowa caucus victory to New Hampshire. Also, we look at Libyan rebels being treated in Boston, how U.S. sanctions on Iran will affect the two countries' relationship, and a 'riot of life' discovered in the Antarctic.

Aired: 01/03/12 | Expires: 02/03/12
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