ON THE NEWSHOUR -- November 26, 2010 at 3:35 PM ET
On Friday's NewsHour...
CONSUMER SPENDING ON BLACK FRIDAY | Eager shoppers kicked of the holiday spending season on Black Friday. Major retailers like Best Buy and Toys R Us are seeing longer lines this year and hoping it translates into higher sales. Economics editor Daniel Gross of Yahoo Finance discusses what consumer spending might mean for an economic rebound.
CHINA INTERNET HIJACKING | Ray Suarez has a report on how a Chinese government firm managed to reroute online data through China. The incident raises new questions about internet security as Cyber Monday approaches.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN HAITI | Less than a year after the deadly Jan. 12 earthquake and amid a massive cholera epidemic, Haiti prepares to replace out-going President Rene Preval. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports from Port-au-Prince on the country's upcoming presidential election held on Sunday.
SHIELDS AND BROOKS | Judy Woodruff gets analysis of the week's top news stories with columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks.
HUNGER IN AMERICA | This year's World Food Prize winner, David Beckmann, talks to Ray Suarez about feeding the hungry in the U.S. and abroad.
We hope you'll join us.