AIG Bonus Outrage Heads To The Hill The AIG bonus battle rages on Capitol Hill today, with the CEO of the insurance giant facing withering criticism from heated lawmakers. But how much can the administration really do about it? Tony Cox talks with Sherrilyn Ifill and Robert George.
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AIG Bonus Outrage Heads To The Hill

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AIG Bonus Outrage Heads To The Hill

AIG Bonus Outrage Heads To The Hill

AIG Bonus Outrage Heads To The Hill

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The AIG bonus battle rages on Capitol Hill today, with the CEO of the insurance giant facing withering criticism from heated lawmakers. But how much can the administration really do about it?

Plus, former Vice President Dick Cheney says our safety is at risk, and the White House is to blame.

For more, Tony Cox talks with Sherrilyn Ifill — a civil rights lawyer and law professor at the University of Maryland Law School — and Robert George, associate editorial page editor for the New York Post.