PBS NewsHour

Thursday, September 1, 2011

09/01/2011 | 54m 30s

Economists sifted through a new pile of data Thursday on the state of the U.S. recovery, with some glimmers of hope. Also, world leaders examine how to move forward with the situation in Libya as Moammar Gadhafi remains at large and a new report finds fraud and waste by war contractors. Finally, a look at the impact of presidential candidates who lost and the latest in the Economist Film Project.

Aired: 09/01/11

Expired: 10/01/11

Rating: NR

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