Friday News Roundup - Domestic
The U.S. economy added 227,000 jobs in February, while the nation's unemployment rate remained stable at 8.3%. Consumer borrowing in January went up to nearly pre-recession levels. A look at what the increase in auto and school loans says about the economy. The House passed the bipartisan Jobs Act. Longtime Ohio congressman and former presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich loses his seat. And the question continues – is there a 'war on women'? John Dickerson of Slate, Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times and syndicated columnist Steve Roberts join Diane for a discussion of the week's top domestic stories.
chief political correspondent for Slate.com and CBS political analyst and contributor. Author of "On Her Trail: My Mother, Nancy Dickerson, TV News' First Woman Star."
Washington correspondent, The New York Times.
syndicated columnist and journalism professor at George Washington University.
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In response to a listener tweet, Diane reacted to the ongoing controversy over Rush Limbaugh's insults directed toward Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke. "I think what he did with Sandra Fluke is disgusting. I think he gave a weak apology. I think he ought to be repudiated by every single candidate out there, and I think his apology was pure cowardice," she said: