This week on "Washington Week," moderated by Gwen Ifill: Martha Raddatzh of ABC News has the latest on violence in Iraq as the hand-over date nears. Chitra Ragavan of US News and World Report analyzes the new revelations from the final public hearings of the 9/11 Commission. Jeffrey Birnbaum of The Washington Post describes the economic news of the week and its intersection with the presidential candidates' economic messages. Karen Tumulty of TIME Magazine considers the impact religion has made on the political debate this election season. [26 minutes]
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