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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 10, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The anger of the public on day 10 of the government shutdown introduced; poll findings cited.

(White House: Chuck Todd) The political damage to the Republican Party examined; details given about a possible agreement on raising the debt ceiling; poll findings cited. [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY, Senator Harry REID – comment on the temporary debt ceiling fix.] [Pollster Peter HART†- comments on the jaw-dropping poll results.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Stock Market Report. The Senate vote to resume paying death benefits to families of fallen troops noted.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The anger of veterans who rely on military pensions & disability payments featured; details given about office closings and furloughs at the V.A. [Widow Teresa PRIESTNER†, Air Force veteran Joe SMITH, Vietnam veteran Bob McLAUGHLIN‡, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Paul RIECKHOFF†- comment.] [Representative Mike COFFMAN†, Undersecretary of Defense Robert HALE†- quibble.]

Williams, Brian;
Todd, Chuck;
Mitchell, Andrea

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