PBS NewsHour

Friday, April 1, 2011

04/01/2011 | 52m 46s

Better news on the economic front as the unemployment rate falls to 8.8 percent in March. We examine what's behind the numbers with experts and get the latest from Libya. Also, we talk to two New York Times journalists who were held captive by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi and report on the difficulties veterans face finding civilian jobs. Finally, the analysis of Shields and Gerson.

Aired: 04/01/11

Expired: 05/01/11

Rating: NR

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