On Monday’s NewsHour…
HEALTH REFORM: President Obama today unveiled a revised proposal for health care reform ahead of this week’s bipartisan White House health care summit. On the program tonight, our Health Correspondent Betty Ann Bowser reports the details of the proposal. Then, Judy Woodruff assesses its political viability with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH).
AFGHAN CASUALTIES: Margaret Warner reports on growing concerns over the number of civilian casualties in the U.S. and NATO-led offensive against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Then, she’ll interview a panel of guests on the subject.
TOYOTA DOCUMENTS: Gwen Ifill reports the latest developments in the Toyota story, following the news that federal prosecutors have launched a criminal investigation into the company’s safety problems, and internal company documents have been passed to the Department of Transportation. Guest: David Shepardson of The Detroit News.
KHAN ACADEMY: From the San Francisco Bay Area, a remarkable story about a one-man college teaching math to the world via You Tube.
CREDIT CARD RULES: New rules governing the credit card industry went into effect today. Jeffrey Brown explores the new rules and regulations with a panel of guests.
GEN. ALEXANDER HAIG: From the NewsHour archives, excerpts from Robin MacNeil’s 1987 interview with former Secretary of State, General Alexander Haig. Gen. Haig died this past weekend at the age of 85.
WEB-ONLY: Finally, Hari Sreenivasan gives a tour of new and related features on the site, including: a roundup of expert views on whether bipartisan cooperation on health reform is possible; questions with answers about what the new credit card rules mean for consumers; a NewsHour Extra Student Voice from a Chicago teen exploring what the changes mean for young people; and a special Salman Khan video explaining how the unemployment rate is calculated.
Anchors tonight: Judy Woodruff and Jeffrey Brown. Hari Sreenivasan will have the other news of the day from our newsroom. We hope that you’ll join us.