PBS NewsHour

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

04/05/2011 | 52m 55s

Tonight on the program, President Obama and Republican lawmakers fail to break a federal budget impasse as a government shutdown deadline nears. We talk to House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan who unveiled a plan calling for deep cuts in spending. Also, we have the latest on the turmoil in the Ivory Coast and get perspectives on the global reverberations flowing from the Arab uprisings.

Aired: 04/05/11

Expired: 05/05/11

Rating: NR

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