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Greeks go back to the polls to choose between an austerity plan and one that would include abandoning the Euro. That option has bankers bracing for global economic chaos. With hours to go before elections, Egypt’s high court dissolved that nation’s first freely elected parliament in decades, and then approved the presidential candidacy of former dictator Hosni Mubarak's Prime Minister, Ahmed Shafik. Meanwhile, President Obama bypasses Congress on big immigration policy changes.  And the GAO goes after the Fed on preferential treatment for Fed directors current and former. (Joshua Treviño joins us today as guest panelist.)

Banner image: Supporters of of the Syriza party erect a banner before a rally ahead of Sunday's general election on June 14, 2012 in Athens, Greece. Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images

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