The so-called “soccer-mom terrorist” is paroled from California to Minnesota, despite the objections of that state's governor and local police. Also, the California Assembly says “no” to $2.5 billion in stimulus money. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, GM and Chrysler may be on the verge of bankruptcy, but auto sales are declining so fast the entire industry is in trouble. We hear about “green” technology and the price of gasoline.
Sara Jane Olson Paroled to Minnesota
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Republicans Vote against Extension of Unemployment Benefits
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26 min, 56 sec
Sebastian Copeland Treks to North Pole
Admiral Robert Peary made the first recorded walk to the North Pole just 100 years ago. In a week, photographer and environmental activist Sebastian Copeland sets off on a...
8 min, 20 sec