Deciphering North Korea; America Travels En Masse

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South Korean soldiers gather to return their military unit at a bus terminal in Seoul on November 23, 2010.
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We look for possible explanations of yesterday's artillery barrage from North Korea, and millions of Americans take to planes, trains and automobiles on the busiest traveling day of the year. Also on the show: millions of people apply for 50,000 green cards in the annual lottery; The New York Times "Disunion" project aims to document the events of the Civil War in real time; Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) on immigration policy; Pakistanis still displaced by the summer's flooding face the coming winter; and TURPAC: the National Turkey Federation Political Action Committee.