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News Wrap: Congressional negotiators reach two-year budget agreement…
What Hollande's Win, Sarkozy's Defeat Mean for Future of Europe's Economy…
President Nicolas Sarkozy took second to socialist candidate Francois Hollande in France's first-round elections Sunday. Ray Suarez and the Brookings Institution's Justin Vaisse discuss Sarkozy's uphill fight and the wider reaction against economic austerity measures in Europe as the Dutch…
Jeffrey Brown talks to Philippe Falardeau, director of "Monsieur Lazhar."…
'Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective' at the Denver Art Museum…
In other news Thursday, a standoff in France ended in a barrage of bullets as police shot and killed a gunman who claimed al-Qaida ties and boasted about killing seven people. Also, one of the few established democracies in Africa…
2 Western Journalists Killed in Syria Amid Escalating Violence in Homs…
Louisiana's French heritage is being embraced in many immersion classrooms in the state. It goes beyond language -- some students are learning math, science and social studies in French. Sue Lincoln of Louisiana Public Broadcasting and the Southern Education Desk…
Stephane Hessel, a 94-year-old former French resistance fighter, is urging young people to take to the streets and show their outrage. Ray Suarez and Hessel discuss his book, "Time For Outrage," which is also titled "Indignez-Vous!" in French.
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