PBS NewsHour

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

07/11/2012 | 54m 17s

Tonight on the program, we examine the Justice Department looking into the FBI's convictions based on hair evidence after proof of previous flawed convictions. Also: House GOP hold a symbolic vote to overturn the health care law, tensions in Northern Ireland, how to ensure proper aid in Afghanistan, and AFI founder George Stevens, Jr. talks his book on stories from film directors.

Aired: 07/11/12

Expired: 08/10/12

Rating: NR

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