Politics Roundup; Library Resources; Inside Counterterrorism

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Senators McCain, Schumer, Rubio, Menendez and Durbin during a news conference on a comprehensive immigration reform framework in January

Molly Ball, political reporter for The Atlantic, rounds up the political news from Washington, including immigration reform and the surveillance tactics employed by the NSA. Plus: your local library may have more resources than you thought for both job hunters and entrepreneurs; Philip Mudd, formerly of the CIA and FBI and now research fellow at the New America Foundation, talks about how federal agencies worked together on counterterrorism over the last decade; and the Supreme Court is nearing its deadline to decide major cases – we’ll open the phones to get your analysis and reaction.