On Friday’s NewsHour: Nobel Peace Prize, Shields and Brooks

BY News Desk  December 10, 2010 at 11:46 AM EDT

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE IN ABSENTIA | Liu Xiaobo, serving an 11-year sentence in China for releasing a pro-democracy document, was honored at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo. Jeffrey Brown has more.

NEWS WRAP | Hari Sreenivasan recap’s the day’s other headlines.

CHINA-U.S. RELATIONS | On the day that China’s human rights record is put in the international spotlight, Judy Woodruff asks guests about the state of U.S. relations with China.

BRITISH PROTESTS | We have a report on the unrest over tuition hikes in London from Independent Television News, and Margaret Warner speaks with a journalist there.

TAX CUTS | Jim Lehrer recaps the latest developments in the battle in Washington over whether to extend Bush-era tax cuts — and for whom.

SHIELDS AND BROOKS | Jim Lehrer speaks with columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks about this week’s biggest political stories.