PBS NewsHour

Monday, May 14, 2012

05/14/2012 | 54m 5s

Tonight on the program, we analyze the aftermath of JP Morgan Chase's $2 billion trading blunder which resulted in chief investment officer Ina Drew's retirement. We then talk with Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee and Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan about the political ramifications. Also: more drug violence in Mexico, getting core reading in for children, and unemployment numbers.

Aired: 05/14/12

Expired: 06/13/12

Rating: NR

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