The least productive Congress gives way to a new Congress today, just hours after the last session grappled with fiscal cliff legislation. On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, guest host Sara Terry looks at what's first on this term's agenda and who will wield power. What can this Congress get done? Will relationships among Republican legislators continue to fracture? Also, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton steps down from her latest post with the highest approval ratings of her lifetime. What legacy does she leave behind? Is another run for the White House likely in 2016?
The New Congress and Hillary Clinton's Past and Future
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113th Congress Sworn in, with Boehner at the Helm
The 113th Congress is sworn in to office today. Technically it's a new Congress, but 95 percent of the members from the 112th Congress who made it to the ballot in November...