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Occupy Wall Street protests go global, and South Pole rescue efforts.
2:35 | 10/16/11

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Barack Obama on the ropes his jobs bill dead for now. His poll numbers plummeting. I -- -- today the president's campaign strategist David Axelrod. On the uphill road to reelection. And the Republican candidates who stand in the way. I'm miss another week another Republican front runner Foster the -- can say. 999999. Plan when you take -- 999 plan and you turn it upside down I think the devil's in the details. -- and does his vaunted tax man got out. George Will and the roundtable -- only weeks politics and the anti Wall Street protests now happening on a global scale. And -- did you mom thought -- -- -- Saudi diplomat on American soil the impact would have been very real. And many lives would have been lost we'll take you inside the scheme and gauge the -- out with house intelligence. And -- Mike Rogers and David Sanger of the New York Times. Washington today dedicated a monument to a man and a movement -- beacons -- records of me. -- John Lewis who took -- do something and I was deeply moved. News five this man -- walk through history with civil rights icon John -- Live from the newseum in Washington this week with Christiane Amanpour. Starts right now. Good morning and welcome to the program we have lots to get to today but first some news until morning papers. Hundreds of protesters account out in London today as the occupy Wall Street protests continue to spread around the world. The most dramatic scenes this weekend come from Rome with protests erupted in violence and why the police force to contain the mayhem. And in the South Pole efforts are underway to save a sick American woman stranded that they may do so who manages a -- station. The needs that she suffered a stroke in all this. The treacherous weather has hampered efforts to rescue but today two planes -- on their way from Antarctica to fly her to safety in New Zealand. And here in Washington thousands are expected to converge on the mall for the dedication of the Martin Luther King memorial. President Obama restated his -- and would have much more on this historic moment they threw in the program.

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