On Friday’s NewsHour…
ARIZONA’S IMMIGRATION LAW | Arizona’s governor signed a new law cracking down on illegal immigration and President Obama voiced concerns the measure could violate civil rights. Jeffrey Brown talks to Arizona’s Rep. Raul Grijalva and Mike Hethmon of the Immigration Law Reform Institute about what the move could mean for immigration reform.
HAITI RELIEF UPDATE | As the rainy season approaches, relief workers in Haiti continue to move displaced people from tent cities into more substantial housing. Judy Woodruff talks to reporter Dave Iverson about the continuing relief efforts, 100 days after the disaster.
VATICAN SCANDAL INTENSIFIES AS BISHOPS RESIGN | As part of a week-long series from the Vatican, Margaret Warner reports on the church’s growing sex abuse scandal, following the latest resignations from bishops in the Irish and Belgian churches.
POLITICAL WRAP: SHIELDS AND BROOKS | Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the top political news stories of the week, including the contentious new immigration law in Arizona and movement in congress on the financial reform bill.
PULITZER-WINNING CARTOONIST MARK FIORE | NewsHour Correspondent Spencer Michels has the story of political cartoonist Mark Fiore, the first Internet animator to win the Pulitzer Prize, and the occasional controversy sparked by his stinging political wit.
Friday’s anchors are Judy Woodruff and Jeffrey Brown. Hari Sreenivasan will have the day’s other top news and a look at stories on the Web, including more from political cartoonist Mark Fiore, a chat with Jim Lehrer from the road and an interview with Paula Kerger about efforts to increase arts programming on public media.
Plus, two takes on the world of science with a report on a Smithsonian exhibit exploring early human origins and a look at images from the Hubble telescope as it turns 20 years old.
You can also catch the latest on Margaret Warner’s reporting trip over the weekend on our Web site, where she’ll be blogging for the Rundown.
We hope you’ll join us.