Are the Out-of-Work about to Be Out of Benefits?

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More than two million Americans who have had their unemployment benefits cut off this month could soon get them back. We hear arguments about economic stimulus, the deficit and the personal cost of long-term unemployment. Also, BP's cap holds, but the ocean floor seeps, and a massive infusion of aid to persuade Pakistan that security is not America's only concern.

Banner image: President Barack Obama (2nd L) leaves with Leslie Macko (L) of Charlottesville, Virginia, Denise Gibson (2nd R) of Brooklyn, New York and Jim Chukalas (R) of Fredon Township, New Jersey after he made a statement to the press at the Rose Garden of the White House on July 19, 2010. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images



Warren Olney