ON THE NEWSHOUR -- April 27, 2010 at 5:05 PM ET
On Tuesday's NewsHour...
GOLDMAN SACHS SENATE TESTIMONY | Goldman Sachs executives testified before a Senate committee about whether it used a large hedge fund to bet against the complex financial instruments it was marketing to investors. Jeffrey Brown gets two points of view from financial writers Roger Lowenstein of Bloomberg News and the Wall Street Journal's Gregory Zuckerman on the hearings.
EXCLUSIVE: CARDINAL LEVADA ON CATHOLIC CHURCH CRISIS | As part of a series of reports from the Vatican, Cardinal William Levada, the head of the office that handles sex abuse claims, speaks to Margaret Warner in his first television interview about the scandal rocking the Catholic Church.
VIETNAMESE-AMERICAN INVESTORS RETURN TO HOMELAND | Thirty-five years after the United States left Vietnam, some Vietnamese-American entrepreneurs are returning to their homeland. Special Corespondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the growing business opportunities in the formerly tightly-controlled economy.
GREECE FINANCIAL CRISIS DEEPENS | Downgrades of Greece's debt rating to junk status sent markets tumbling in Europe and the U.S. Gwen Ifill talks to financial expert Eswar Prasad, a fellow at the Brookings Institute, about the far-reaching effects of the European nation's economic crisis.
Tuesday's anchors are Gwen Ifill and Jeffrey Brown. Hari Sreenivasan will have the day's other news stories and a look at stories on the Web, including more from Fred de Sam Lazaro's trip to Vietnam on The Rundown, a blog post from Paul Solman about the Goldman Sachs hearings and Politico's Andy Barr weighing in on Arizona's new immigration law.
Plus, read Jim Lehrer's dispatch from the latest stop on his cross-country book tour, Chicago's WTTW station.
We hope you join us.