PBS NewsHour

Monday, October 28, 2013

10/28/2013 | 54m 29s

Tonight on the program, we examine the ongoing uproar over the scope of U.S. surveillance and question how much is too much. Also: One year after super-storm Sandy, New York works on storm defenses, Michigan's governor says Detroit bankruptcy was a last resort, a settlement in the Penn State abuse case, Peter Baker talks Bush and Cheney's relationship, and remembering musician Lou Reed.

Aired: 10/28/13

Expired: 01/01/70

Rating: NR

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