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Three Cabinet secretaries and the head of EPA testify at the first in a series of Senate hearings on global climate change. On the Senate floor, a showdown is expected this afternoon to break the partisan stalemate over extending unemployment benefits. And after all the Congressional work, some football.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports...

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