Haiti Struggles; Black Friday in America

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Children lay on a cots as they are being treated for cholera in a Samaritan's Purse cholera treatment facility on November 24, 2010 in Cabaret, Haiti.
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Ten months after the devastating earthquake struck Port-au-Prince, Haiti's coming presidential election takes place against a backdrop of slow, slow rebuilding and fighting the cholera epidemic. Also on the show: Black Friday comes to America's retailers, who hope for better shopping numbers this year; previewing the weekend's movies and football matches; the oldest living survivor of the Holocaust turns 107; Maira Kalman travels America to fall in love with it again.

Todd Zwillich guest-hosts with Celeste Headlee.