Pakistan: Political Turmoil in an Unstable Ally

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Pakistan's parliamentary government is under legal assault from the Supreme Court, backed by the military. The country itself is in economic shambles, fighting a bloody conflict with Islamic extremists. With anti-Americanism on the rise, what's in store for the US and withdrawal from Afghanistan? Also, websites go dark to protest proposed anti-piracy legislation. On Reporter's Notebook, as Governor of Michigan, Mitt Romney's father released 12 years of tax returns.  Mitt says he might release one.

Banner image: A Pakistani paramilitary soldier keeps watch outside the Supreme Court building during a high profile corruption case hearing against President Asif Ali Zardari, and by a commission set up to probe the scandal that has become known as 'Memogate' in Islamabad on January 16, 2012. Photo by Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images