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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 140 | 54m 09s

On our program tonight, Congress began poring over a $1.1 trillion proposal to fund the government. We look at the spending trade-offs that are holding the deal together. Also: Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates discusses his memoir, a preview of Egypt's vote on a new constitution and lawmakers ask retailer Target to testify about their massive security breach.

Aired: 01/13/14 | Expires: 12/31/69
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Extras
News Wrap: Sen. Schumer makes surprise visit to Ukraine to reaffirm support
State Dept. official: If Putin wins Ukraine, tyrants 'will get hungry' with aspirations
Snowboard instructor to soldier: Ukrainian describes joining fight against Russia
Brooks and Capehart on U.S. aid for Ukraine wavering on partisan battle lines
The dangers of parents sharing their children's lives on social media
Boyfriend of Russian-American woman arrested in Russia discusses effort to bring her home
Biden campaign working to regain support of disillusioned Democratic voters
Haley struggles to close gap with Trump ahead of South Carolina primary
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