Week In Review With Juan Williams This week, President Obama reached out to the Muslim world in Cairo; General Motors filed for bankruptcy and American taxpayers got a stake in the company and Judge Sonia Sotomayor made the rounds on Capitol Hill.
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Week In Review With Juan Williams

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Week In Review With Juan Williams

Week In Review With Juan Williams

Week In Review With Juan Williams

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This week, President Obama reached out to the Muslim world in Cairo; General Motors filed for bankruptcy and American taxpayers got a stake in the company and Judge Sonia Sotomayor made the rounds on Capitol Hill.

Host Scott Simon reviews the week's news with NPR news analyst Juan Williams.