ON THE NEWSHOUR -- August 30, 2010 at 4:05 PM ET
On Monday's NewsHour...
TENSION GROWS BETWEEN U.S. AND AFGHANISTAN | Ray Suarez talks to retired Lt. Col. John Nagl and Brian Katulis, a senior fellow for American Progress, about the charges of corruption within the Karzi government and the uptick in violence against the U.S. forces.
IRAQI ARMY ADJUSTS TO U.S. DRAWDOWN | U.S. combat operations in Iraq officially end tomorrow sealed with a speech by President Obama at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Margaret Warner examines how the Iraqis are taking over. This report will be the first of a week of stories coming from Margret who is currently in Iraq.
GLENN BECK'S INFLUENCE | Over the weekend Glenn Beck drew a huge crowd to the National Mall with the 'Restoring Honor' gathering. Judy Woodruff talks to Kate Zernike of the New York Times and David Von Drehle of Time Magazine, to assess Glenn Beck's influence and the Tea Party Movement.
EMMY'S WINNERS AND LOSERS | What does the Emmy Awards tell us about the changing economics of the television industry? Jeffrey Brown talks to a managing editor at the Hollywood Reporter, Matthew Belloni, and Tim Brooks who is a writer and consultant about the business of entertainment television.
Monday's anchors are Ray Suarez and Judy Woodruff. Hari Sreenivasan has the day's other top news stories and look at the Web features. On the Rundown, Margaret Warner blogs about refurbishing a Soviet era tank in Iraq. Also on the Political Checklist, Judy Woodruff and David Chalian preview President Obama's prime time speech on Iraq.
Plus on the Art Beat, Gulf Coast Poet Natasha Trethewey reads from her latest book 'Beyond Katrina.'
We hope you'll join us.