This week on "Washington Week," with moderator Gwen Ifill: Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times and Joan Biskupic of USA Today examine the contents of newly-released memos that document the administration's formulation of a policy on the interrogation of terror suspects. McManus previews the hand over of Iraq's sovereignty. Biskupic analyzes the Supreme Court's decision on the secrecy of Vice President Cheney's energy task force. Michael Duffy of TIME Magazine considers the text and context of former President Clinton's popular new memoir. [26 minutes]
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