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Tonight on 360°, Pres. Obama taking responsibility for the failures to "connect the dots" in the attempted Christmas Day bombing. Plus, a possible late night shake-up at NBC. Will Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien be getting new time slots?
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Pres. Obama said today when it comes to terror threats against the U.S. that, "Ultimately, the buck stops with me."
This comes as Pres. Obama released a declassified report on the failed Christmas Day attack on a Detroit-bound jetliner.
Pres. Obama said U.S. intelligence officials had "sufficient information" to stop Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab, who is accused of trying to kill all 290 people aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on December 25. But Pres. Obama said "the dots were never connected" to foil the plot.
Released along with the report was a three-page order from Pres. Obama outlining what various agencies need to do to correct the "inherent systemic weaknesses and human errors."
Tonight we'll show which agencies have been put on notice and let you know what the changes could mean for you the next time you fly.
Sticking with airport insecurity, we also have new information on the breach at Newark Liberty International Airport last weekend. That's when a man slipped past a TSA checkpoint. Terminal C was shut down for hours. It turned out TSA cameras were rolling, but not recording. But another tape does exist of the incident. We'll show it to you tonight on the program.
We also have our continuing series "What's Next." Tonight we'll focus on education and talk with the head of Washington, DC schools, Michelle Rhee. Hear how she thinks education will change in the decade ahead for your children.
Plus, a possible major shake-up at NBC. Will comedians Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien be getting new time slots?
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET. See you then!
Tonight we are continuing our What’s Next series with a focus on schools. Anderson is speaking with the Washington, D.C. Schools Chancellor, Michelle Rhee, about future innovations in the education system.
We hit schoolyards in Atlanta, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago to hear from students of all ages. They shared their ideas, goals, interests, and some had questions for Chancellor Rhee. Tune in tonight at 10pm E.T. to see the interview and hear the Chancellor answer some of the questions.
Editor's Note: This article continues our series excerpted from AC360°'s contributor David Gewirtz's upcoming book, How To Save Jobs, which will be available this month. Over the next few months, we'll be excerpting the first section of the book, which answers the question, "How did we get here?". Last time, we looked at offshoring as a national security risk? This time, we begin our look at jobs and population. To learn more about the book, follow David on Twitter @DavidGewirtz.
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David Gewirtz | BIO
Director, U.S. Strategic Perspective Institute
The issues of jobs and population are inextricably linked. If you want to know about jobs, you need to think about population. Strangely enough, very little work has been done on the macro issues of jobs and population. Here’s the key fact: China has 1.3 billion people, India has 1.2 billion people, and the United States has a mere 302 million people.
In other words, together China and India have about 8 1/2 times the number of people as the United States, and, according to the Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, they make up almost 40 percent of the world’s total population.
This detail becomes particularly important when we explore the question of outsourcing.
With all those people, China and India can absorb a virtually unlimited number of outsourced U.S. jobs. After all, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only about 154 million adult Americans work, 10 million are unemployed, and about 80 million are considered to not be in the labor force for one reason or another.
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Put another way, China and India can absorb our entire labor force demand 10 to 20 times over.
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A snowstorm backed by bone-chilling cold flowed into the Deep South on Thursday, reinforcing record low temperatures well into Florida.
The National Weather Service is keeping an eye on a dangerous mix of ice and snow expected across the Southeast, from Louisiana into Georgia.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, noting "winter weather may impact operations in the Southeast," said it would issue winter weather travel waivers to passengers booked on Delta and Northwest flights to, from or through five states.
Travelers have the option of changing their schedule without fees until Saturday if their routes include Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi or Tennessee.
The arctic blast that began last weekend has been blamed for at least seven deaths.
Snowfall amounts of 4 to 8 inches were forecast Thursday for the upper Plains to the Northeast, and as far south as Kentucky and Tennessee. Chicago, Illinois, could see up to 10 inches of snow, according to forecasters.
CNN meteorologist Rob Marciano, reporting from Memphis, Tennessee, said temperatures there have been the coldest in more than a decade.
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