Thursday, January 10, 2013
01/10/2013 | 54m 42s
Tonight on the program, we examine President Obama's nomination of his chief of staff Jack Lew for Treasury Secretary. Also: two suicide bombers kill at least 115 people in Pakistan, new rules overseeing mortgage lending in the U.S., questions about ailing president Hugo Chavez, who remained in Cuba on his inauguration day, and controversy over torture and accuracy in "Zero Dark Thirty".
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