Bankruptcies and Changing Twain

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Personal bankruptcies hit a five-year high in 2010, despite legislation from 2005 designed to slow the pace of Chapter 7 filings; and a new edition of Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn" will replace the "N-word" with the word "slave," in an attempt to return the book to libraries and reading lists put off by the historical language. Also on the show: Reactions from within the military to the locker-room videos from the U.S.S. Enterprise; "Niqab," or "The Mask," a new television show in Afghanistan allows women to frankly discuss their life experience from behind an anonymous mask; Roseanne Barr discusses her new book; and Dallas sees the 21st exoneration based on DNA testing.