PBS NewsHour

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

07/17/2013 | 54m 38s | Video has closed captioning.

Tonight on the program, we examine the scope of the NSA's surveillance and analyze Snowden's justification for his leaking as lawmakers push back at the agency. Also: Researchers see decline in dementia, D.C. wages fight with Walmart over higher wages for low-income workers, Myanmar's government grabs farmland for factories, and Liz Cheney challenges Wyoming Republican incumbent Enzi.

Aired: 07/17/13

Expired: 12/31/69

Rating: NR

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