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Bill Clinton on Obama: 'I Think He'll Be Re-elected'

In an interview with Judy Woodruff Friday, former President Bill Clinton discussed his new book, 'Back to Work Why We Need Smart Government ... tags: 2012 back to work bill clinton economy gop government Hour

News Wrap: Merkel Warns Eurozone Debt Could Take Years to Fix

In other news Friday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned it could take years to fix Europe\'s staggering debt problems. She spoke amid ... tags: EU Euro Europe Germany GOP Herman Cain Hour

US Jobs Picture Shows Some Promise, but Many in 'Very Long Struggle' for Work

The November unemployment report came out Friday, and it showed new job creation and a surprising drop in unemployment. However, the ... tags: Carl Van Horn development Diane Swonk drop heldrich center Hour Jeffrey Brown

Creating Jobs in the Volunteer State: What Are Businesses Doing?

Republicans have been saying that businesses aren\'t hiring because of uncertainty about regulation, the cost of health insurance and the ... tags: companies democrats employers employment financial gop health insurance

Shields, Brooks on Gingrich's 'Skeletons,' Bill Clinton's 'Second Act,' Tax Cuts

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week\'s top political news, including the ... tags: 2012 barney frank bill clinton columnist David Brooks Hour Mark Shields

Obama Pledges More Support for HIV Treatment

President Obama marked World Aids Day Thursday by pledging a stepped-up effort to reach more victims of the pandemic that began 30 years ... tags: aids disease hiv Hour Jeffrey Brown pandemic pbsnews

Barney Frank on Dysfunction in Congress: 'Blame James Madison'

Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank announced this week that he would not seek re-election next year after more than four decades in politics. ... tags: Banking Barney Frank Congress Democrat Gay Rights Hour Lawmaker

Obama, Clinton Have 'a Lot at Risk' in Delicate Relationship With Burma

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the Southeast Asian nation of Burma on Thursday. Margaret Warner discusses the significance of ... tags: asia burma hillary clinton Hour myanmar pbsnews secretary of state

For 'Soldiers' in Mexico's Drug War, 'More Murders Than They Can Count'

The death toll continues to mount in Mexico\'s drug war. Hari Sreenivasan and Ioan Grillo of GlobalPost discuss his new book 'El Narco ... tags: Border Violence Cartels Drug War El Narco Felipe Calderon Gang Global Post

When Will We See an AIDS-Free Generation?

On World AIDS Day, President Obama pledged Thursday to provide HIV treatment for millions more around the world. Jeffrey Brown discusses ... tags: aids aids foundation ambassador chicago clinic David Ernesto Munar disease

For Frequent Fliers, How Big a Concern Is Backscatter Body Scan Radiation?

As millions of Americans take to the skies for holiday travel, some scientists have raised concerns about the small dose of ionizing ... tags: airports backscatter controversy holiday Hour Miles O\Brien pbsnews