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Roundtable: AIG Scandal Sparks Blame Game

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Roundtable: AIG Scandal Sparks Blame Game

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Roundtable: AIG Scandal Sparks Blame Game

Roundtable: AIG Scandal Sparks Blame Game

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The AIG bonus controversy is shaping up to be the first big firestorm for the Obama administration, as the president vows to "fix the system and culture that made this possible."

Plus, the hype surrounding the death of the newspaper industry is quickly becoming reality.

On the final reporters' roundtable, Tony Cox speaks with Jerome Vaughn — news program director for WDET in Detroit, Mich. — and Marcus Mabry, international business editor for the New York Times.

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