Immigration reform is back on the Capitol Mall today—but it might not reach the halls of Congress. We’ll hear what demonstrators are hoping for, especially the so-called “Dreamers” brought here as children. What are the prospects for any legislation this year? Also, the United Nations initiates its 8-month plan to dismantle and destroy Syria's 1000-ton arsenal of chemical weapons, and author David Finkel provides extraordinary access to the thoughts and emotions of Iraq-war veterans struggling with PTSD.
The GOP: Split Down the Middle on Immigration Reform
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The Plan to Destroy Syria's Chemical Weapons
The United Nations is about to embark on a mission that’s never been tried before: the dismantling and destruction of Syria’s 1000-ton arsenal of chemical weapons in just 8...
7 min, 45 sec
What's Next for Immigration Reform?
The US Senate has passed sweeping immigration reform, but it’s stalled in the House. Traditional Republicans support immigration reform in terms of free-market economics and...
33 min, 34 sec