Will Partisanship Take a Break for Immigration Reform?

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Many battles certainly lie ahead for the White House and Congress, so why is there any optimism about possible compromise on immigration reform? Border control, employment verification, “amnesty” and the right to citizenship—even the English language—are potential flashpoints. But nothing concentrates the attention like the latest election returns, which showed growing numbers of Latino and Asian voters losing their patience. That’s created pressure on the President to fulfill his promises, on Republicans to catch up with a changing electorate—and unexpected alliances across party lines. On Reporters Notebook… what’s the leader of Google doing in North Korea? Also, we'll take a look at Obama's nomination of Hagel to Defense and Brennan to CIA.