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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 2840 | 54m 02s

Tonight on the program, we examine the Supreme Court's hearings on the use of affirmative action in education. Also: hearings on the attacks in Libya last month, a town in Colorado could hold the key to winning the state in November, Pakistan rallies behind a teenage activist who survived a murder attempt by the Taliban, and a report says cyclist Lance Armstrong was the head of a doping ring.

Aired: 10/09/12 | Expires: 11/09/12
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