PBS NewsHour

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

11/30/2011 | 54m 35s

Tonight on the program, global markets surge as the Federal Reserve and central banks move to ease the growing credit crunch. Also, we look at the staying power of the Tea Party amid sagging poll numbers and President Obama and the GOP clash over how best to pay for payroll tax cuts. Finally, we get a report on how soaring food prices are helping to fuel a prolonged revolution in Egypt.

Aired: 11/30/11

Expired: 12/30/11

Rating: NR

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