Politics

Bank CEOs pinky swear they will do better after Congress's bailout

The chief executives of eight banks conceded at a Congressional hearing that they have work to do to win over a disgusted public and exasperated lawmakers. Congress wants more accountability for their money and banks were finally willing to give it. Kate Kelly covered the hearing for the Wall Street Journal and she joins us now.

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