PBS NewsHour

Friday, December 9, 2011

12/09/2011 | 54m 8s

Tonight on the program, we look into the future of the Euro after the Eurozone's new fiscal agreement and Britain's refusal to sign. Also, we look into the aftermath of the shooting of a police officer at Virginia Tech, Shields and Brooks analyze the week's top political news, the storied Penumbra Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, and why conservatives tends to be happier than liberals.

Aired: 12/09/11

Expired: 01/08/12

Rating: NR

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