Washington Week

Webcast Extra - April 27, 2012

Special | 9m 8s

On the Webcast Extra: Fighting erupts in Congress and on the campaign trail over student loans. Is this a substantive battle or the latest partisan dustup? Also, does a lack of endorsements hurt Romney's ability to coalesce the Republican Party? Plus, the first criminal charges levied against BP after the oil spill and the role enhanced integration techniques play in counterterrorism efforts.

Aired: 04/27/12

Rating: NR

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