Roundtable: Madoff Pleads Guilty To All 11 Counts Rogue investor Bernard Madoff is in jail, awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to running a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of billions of dollars. Plus, the Iraqi man who threw his shoes at former President George W. Bush gets a three-year sentence for his act of protest. Tony Cox moderates today's reporters' roundtable.
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Roundtable: Madoff Pleads Guilty To All 11 Counts

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Roundtable: Madoff Pleads Guilty To All 11 Counts

Roundtable: Madoff Pleads Guilty To All 11 Counts

Roundtable: Madoff Pleads Guilty To All 11 Counts

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Rogue investor Bernard Madoff is in jail, awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to running a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of billions of dollars.

Plus, the Iraqi man who threw his shoes at former President George W. Bush gets a three-year sentence for his act of protest.

Tony Cox moderates today's reporters' roundtable with Kevin Merida — assistant managing editor for national news at the Washington Post — and Clarence Page, columnist for the Chicago Tribune.