It's pay back time for America's biggest bailed-out companies. The White House will soon order them to cut pay for their top executives.
A senior Obama administration official tells us that Ken Feinberg, the White House's so-called "pay czar", will demand the seven largest bailout recipients to lower the compensation for their top 25 highest paid employees by 50%, on average.
We're talking about the following companies: AIG, Citigroup, Bank of America, GM, Chrysler, GMAC and Chrysler Financial.
Is the move fair or is the government going too far? Tonight we've got too opposing view points and we'll let you be the judge.
We also have new exclusive details on the sweat lodge deaths in Arizona. Tonight you'll hear from a woman who took part in the ceremony that officials say led to the deaths of three people. Hear what she says went on inside that tent.
We will also take you to Texas where a key arson scientist is convinced the state executed an innocent man. We've been following the case of Cameron Todd Willingham for years. In recent weeks, the controversy has heated up with more than half a dozen forensic investigators saying Willingham did not set the 1991 fire that killed his three daughters. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who removed four members from a state panel revisiting the evidence, says Willingham was a monster and guilty of murder. Tonight, hear what the key arson scientist in the case has to say about the governor and the investigation.
Join us for these stories and much more starting after "Latino in America" at 11pm ET. Thanks for staying up with us. See you soon!
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