PBS NewsHour

Monday, April 4, 2011

04/04/2011 | 52m 52s

Southwest Airlines continues safety inspections after a hole opened in a jet's fuselage last week. We examine the fallout for the company and the airline industry. Also, we report on crackdowns in China on political dissent and the Obama administration reverses course on Guantanamo Bay terrorism trials. Finally, we profile a group helping wounded warriors return to society.

Aired: 04/04/11

Expired: 05/05/11

Rating: NR

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