ON THE NEWSHOUR -- May 18, 2010 at 6:01 PM ET
On Tuesday's NewsHour...
U.S. MOVES TO SANCTION IRAN | Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced Tuesday that Russian and China have reached a deal with the United States and other world powers to impose new sanctions on Iran, a day after the country signed a deal with Turkey and Brazil to swap its nuclear fuel. Jeffrey Brown talks to Washington Post reporter Glenn Kessler for more on the draft agreement and the vote to come in the United Nations.
GULF OIL LEAK UPDATE | Federal officials nearly doubled the no-fishing zone in the Gulf of Mexico as tar balls washed up in Key West in the ongoing oil leak crisis. Ray Suarez talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Ben Casselman about the deepening environmental and economic implications.
RELIEF EFFORTS IN HAITI | In the second of two reports about the role of relief organizations to rebuild Haiti, Dave Iverson of KQED San Francisco explores two Haitian-led aid groups that are helping to feed the hungry after the devastating earthquake.
BLUMENTHAL'S MILITARY RECORD UNDER FIRE | Richard Blumenthal, the leading Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in Connecticut, spoke out Tuesday amid allegations that he lied about his military record during the Vietnam era. Judy Woodruff talks to Hartford Courant reporter Christopher Keating about the backlash.
THROUGH THE LENS OF HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON | Jeffrey Brown takes a look back at the life and career of the late French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, the father of modern photojournalism. An exhibit of his photos is currently touring the country.
Monday's anchors are Jeffrey Brown and Judy Woodruff. Kwame Holman will have the day's other top news stories and a look at our Web features, including coverage and results from Tuesday's primary elections, our weekly Politico conversation on why the primary races matter, and a preview of Tuesday's FRONTLINE presentation, "The Wounded Platoon" from co-producer Dan Edge.
Plus, Art Beat has more images from French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and an extended interview with the curator of his exhibited work.
We hope you'll join us.