ON THE NEWSHOUR -- March 15, 2010 at 5:52 PM ET
On Monday's NewsHour...
MEXICO | Federal authorities in the United States and Mexico are working together to investigate the deaths of three people connected with the U.S. consulate in the Mexican city of Juarez Saturday. An American consulate employee and her husband were ambushed and the Mexican husband of another consulate employee was also shot and killed. Gwen Ifill talks to Angela Kocherga, Mexico Bureau Chief for Belo Newspapers and Television, about the outbreak of violence.
ECONOMY | In a newsmaker interview, Judy Woodruff talks with Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, about his plan to step up regulation and limit the risk that large banks and corporations can assume in the wake of the financial crisis.
HEALTH REFORM | The fate of health care reform may be decided this week. President Barack Obama visited senior citizens in Ohio on Monday to make a push for health care legislation, as leaders in the House and Senate try to win over enough votes to pass the sweeping measures. Kwame Holman reports on work by Democrats in Washington to secure the 216 votes needed for the bill to pass the House.
BROADBAND | Jeffrey Brown examines the future of high-speed Internet, as the Federal Communications Commission launches new initiatives aimed at encouraging companies to expand high-speed and wireless coverage across the country. Julius Genachowski, chairman of the FCC, joins him to discuss how the new proposals will accelerate access to broadband.
All that, plus the rest of the day's news as reported by the NewsHour's Hari Sreenivasan. Anchors tonight: Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill. We hope you'll join us.