PBS NewsHour

Friday, July 1, 2011

07/01/2011 | 54m 43s

Tonight on the program, the sexual assault case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn takes a surprise turn into legal limbo. Also, we talk to an NPR reporter in Syria after another day of protests with reports of 24 people killed and Paul Solman examines Fannie Mae's role in the housing crisis. Finally, we get the analysis of Mark Shields and Michael Gerson.

Aired: 07/01/11

Expired: 07/31/11

Rating: NR

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