Nobel Winner Liu Receives Prize In Absentia

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Protesters wave banners and placards as they march through Hong Kong on December 5, 2010, calling for the release of jailed Chinese Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
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In Oslo, the Nobel committee awards Liu Xiaobo the Peace Prize, while in China, he's still in prison. Also on the show: imagining a different result, ten years after the U.S. Supreme Court resolves Bush v. Gore; dispatches from the loose planning meetings for "Anonymous" and Operation: Payback; continued revelations from the WikiLeaks cable releases; a group of tribesmen from South Waziristan in Pakistan want to sue the CIA for civilian deaths from drone strikes; basketball legend Meadowlark Lemon; how repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" failed in the Senate last night ... and the dwindling chances for repeal this year; weekend movie preview.