News Since Morning Papers

Newt Gingrich snags key endorsement; plus, tensions with Pakistan.
2:54 | 11/27/11

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What now the super committee comes up empty and there will be no easy -- on this. We need to keep the pressure. To compromise Democrats and Republicans -- as budget cuts new. I headline of Republicans who the committee member senator Pat Toomey on one it will take to break the logjam. Also today the immigration way. Newt Gingrich -- what inhumane policies and Mitt Romney ounces I don't sell the -- party that says it's the party of the Stanley. Is gonna adopt an immigration policy which destroys families amnesty. It's a magnet -- powerhouse roundtable on the lost crucial month on the trail before voters finally get this day. The BBC takes us to Syria where we get an exclusive look inside armed uprising. And our exclusive Thanksgiving need to -- this weekend Colin Powell holds -- service how Americans can give back. The issue here -- not -- 1%. Military and 99% would not. And how do we make sure that safe line did you call to her. I'm Matt Damon gift of hope for the world sports you see what happens when people. Suddenly have clean water you see how -- changed. Live from the newseum in Washington. This week with Christiane -- -- starts right now. Good morning and welcome to the program we have a big show few this holiday weekend but first -- -- in 2 morning papers. New -- snagged a major prize of this campaign season today a front page endorsement from the Manchester union leader. The influential newspapers decision is -- stinging rebuke to Mitt Romney who's campaigned relentlessly in the granite state and who needs in the polls that. The -- of knowledge Gingrich is not a perfect candidate but that's okay with them. A lot of candidates say they're going to improve Washington Newt Gingrich has actually done that and in this race he offers the best shot of doing it again. We would rather back someone with whom we may sometimes disagree than one who tells us what he thinks we want to hear. Pakistan today buried at least 25 soldiers killed in a NATO -- strike yesterday. The attack is a serious setback to the already tenuous relationship between Pakistan and United States. In response Pakistan has ordered the US to vacate its -- based in the south of the country where it launches CIA drone attacks. And here in the United States a glimmer of hope -- gloomy economy. Black Friday sales with through the roof up 7% from 2010. Retailers pulled in eleven point four billion dollars a one billion dollar jump from last year.

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