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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 300 | 53m 58s

We examine the outlook for political action in 2014 as the White House and Congress lay out their agendas for the year ahead. Also: a rising German politician discusses the impact of U.S. spying on transatlantic relations, scientists investigate the mass death of West Coast starfish, Al Jazeera journalists are detained in Egypt and fears continue about chemicals in West Virginia drinking water.

Aired: 01/29/14 | Expires: 12/31/69
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