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In Focus (2010) #989873

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 31, 2010
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(Studio: Harry Smith) A look back at 2010 presented; footage shown of Haiti after the earthquake, the rescue of the Chilean miners, economic and political events, the Gulf oil spill, Tea Party rallies, President Obama, immigrant rallies, the Afghanistan war, the Ground Zero mosque controversy, the Times Square bomb plot, the WikiLeaks release of classified documents, the Russian spies, pop culture, sporting events, heroes. [CBS News anchor Katie COURIC, correspondent Mark STRASSMANN, chief Washington correspondent Bob SCHIEFFER, Congressional correspondent Nancy CORDES, justice correspondent Bob ORR  - comment on the major news stories.] NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.
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