ON THE NEWSHOUR -- October 18, 2010 at 4:28 PM ET
On Monday's NewsHour...
THE CAMPAIGN TO DRIVE VOTERS | With 15 days before the election, Democrats and Republicans are ramping up efforts to get voters to the polls. Gwen Ifill takes a look at each party's strategy with Stuart Rothenberg, editor and publisher of 'The Rothenberg Political Report'.
SENATE SHOWDOWN IN NEVADA | Politics watchers are keeping an eye on one of the closest races between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Tea Party candidate Sharron Angle for the Senate race. Judy Woodruff reports from Nevada on the neck-and-neck race as part of our Vote 2010 coverage.
FACEBOOK USERS AT RISK OF PRIVACY VIOLATIONS | Reporter Geoffrey Fowler of Wall Street Journal examines new privacy breaches for those who have a Facebook account.
PAKISTANI FLOOD VICTIMS SUFFER FROM DISEASE | Special Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports on the continuing need for food, medicine and other aid for the people of Pakistan, two months after the floods.
ETHNIC TENSIONS ERUPT IN SUDAN | Margaret Warner talks to U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice about the renewed conflict in Sudan, where ethnic tensions threaten to erupt in the African nation.
Monday's anchors are Jeffrey Brown and Gwen Ifill. Hari Sreenivasan has the day's other top news stories and look at the Web features. On the Rundown, Gwen Ifill and Political Editor David Chalian discuss President Obama's campaign stops and the stakes for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on election night. Plus, a slide show of the images bathed in pink during this Breast Cancer Awareness month.
We hope you'll join us.