Friday News Roundup - Domestic

Friday News Roundup - Domestic

Republican presidential candidates debated in South Carolina as polls showed former Governor Mitt Romney with a seven-point lead over former Speaker Newt Gingrich; the U.S. government charged seven hedge fund managers in a $62 million insider trading case; and several prominent websites "blacked-out" in protest of controversial anti-piracy legislation in Congress. Jerry Seib of The Wall Street Journal, Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times and Ryan Grim of The Huffington Post join Diane for analysis of the week's top national news stories.

Republican presidential candidates debated in South Carolina as polls showed former Governor Mitt Romney with a seven-point lead over former Speaker Newt Gingrich; the U.S. government charged seven hedge fund managers in a $62 million insider trading case; and several prominent websites "blacked-out" in protest of controversial anti-piracy legislation in Congress. Jerry Seib of The Wall Street Journal, Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times and Ryan Grim of The Huffington Post join Diane for analysis of the week's top national news stories.

Guests

Jerry Seib

Washington bureau chief, The Wall Street Journal.

Sheryl Gay Stolberg

Washington correspondent, The New York Times.

Ryan Grim

Washington bureau chief, Huffington Post.

Friday News Roundup Video

Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Washington correspondent for the New York Times, Ryan Grim,
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Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Washington correspondent for the New York Times, Ryan Grim,
Washington bureau chief for the Huffington Post, and Jerry Seib, Washington bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal talk about the SOPA and PIPA legistlation.

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