ON THE NEWSHOUR -- November 17, 2010 at 4:01 PM ET
On Wednesday's NewsHour: Cholera in Haiti, Nuclear Treaty, Deficit Ideas
HAITI'S CHOLERA OUTBREAK | Gwen Ifill speaks with Miami Herald Caribbean correspondent Jacqueline Charles in Port-au-Prince, who says that recent unrest related to a cholera outbreak in Haiti is hampering efforts to contain the spread of the epidemic.
NEWS WRAP | Kwame Holman has a look at the day's other headlines.
NEW START TREATY RATIFICATION | Margaret Warner looks into the U.S. political battle over whether to ratify a new nuclear arms control treaty with Russia. She talks to two experts in such negotiations: Richard Burt, chief U.S. negotiator during the START talks in 1991, and Jim Woolsey, director of the CIA under the Clinton administration.
RECESSION RESPONSE IN MAINE | Special correspondent David Brancaccio heads to Maine to talk to people who have figured out creative ways to survive the recession.
DEALING WITH DEFICIT | Judy Woodruff discusses proposals to trim the U.S. debt with Alice Rivlin and Pete Domenici.
WITNESS TO WAR | Jeffrey Brown speaks with British photojournalist and filmmaker Tim Hetherington about his work in Afghanistan, which led to the prize-winning documentary with Sebastian Junger, "Restrepo," and a new book of photographs called "Infidel."