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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Season 2013 Episode 2120 | 54m 15s

Tonight on the program, we examine the details of NSA surveillance after the Obama administration released documents revealing what the government did with collected data. Also: A look inside the FISA court and the questions surrounding it, the question of who will replace Ben Bernanke as chair of the Fed, Egypt's interim government vows to stop protesters and preventing child labor in India.

Aired: 07/30/13 | Expires: 12/31/69
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