Holt reports from Japan on the recent earthquake and tsunami. Todd speaks to Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki about the recent disaster and the looming danger posed by the Fukushima Daiichi ... See full summary »

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Dan Balz ...
Himself - The Washington Post
David Broder ...
Himself - The Washington Post (archive footage)
Mitch Daniels ...
Himself - Governor, Indiana
Marvin Fertel ...
Himself - Nuclear Energy Institute
Ichirô Fujisaki ...
Himself - Japanese Ambassador (as Ichiro Fujisaki)
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Himself - Correspondent
Michele Norris ...
Herself - NPR Host, 'All Things Considered'
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Himself - Senator, New York
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Holt reports from Japan on the recent earthquake and tsunami. Todd speaks to Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki about the recent disaster and the looming danger posed by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex. He then speaks to nuclear energy expert Marvin Fertel about risks posed to U.S. reactors and Chuck Schumer about budget negotiations in Congress. Later, Todd interviews Mitch Daniels about the debt ceiling debate, his record as governor of Indiana, and the whether he will run for president. Finally, Todd discusses with a round table the Republican candidates for president and federal funding for NPR. He also offers a memorial to to frequent guest David Broder. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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