Washington Week

December 17, 2010

12/17/2010 | 23m 37s

Congress passes a tax deal compromise; the administration's assessment of the war in Afghanistan; and could a Federal judge's ruling jeopardize the Obama's healthcare overhaul? Plus, the legacy of diplomat Richard Holbrooke. Joining Gwen this week: Janet Hook (Wall Street Journal), Pete Williams (NBC News), Martha Raddatz (ABC News), and Doyle McManus, (LA Times).

Aired: 12/17/10

Rating: NR

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