On Monday’s NewsHour…


On the PBS NewsHour this Monday night:

CHILE LATEST | Full coverage of the latest developments in Chile, following the weekend’s earthquake. The death toll has now risen above 700, and the world is offering aid to assist in rescue and relief efforts. Gwen Ifill reports, then talks to Pascale Bonnefoy of Global Post in Santiago. Then, Judy Woodruff talks to Nan Buzzard of the American Red Cross; and David Applegate of the U.S. Geological Survey.

AIG SALE | Part of insurance giant AIG was sold today to Prudential, one of Britain’s largest financial institutions. Andrew Ross Sorkin of the New York Times analyzes the deal, and tells us what it means for U.S. taxpayers, who invested $180 billion in AIG to prevent the company from falling apart.

COLORADO BUDGET | With many states around the country experiencing very tough budgetary times, Tom Bearden reports tonight from Colorado on the impact on one community: the state’s homeless.

SUPREME COURT | Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal will have the latest from Monday’s Supreme Court session.

O, CANADA | With the Olympic Games over, we look at their impact on Canada’s national psyche. Our guest: Ian Hanomansing of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff anchor the broadcast tonight. And Kwame Holman will have the rest of the day’s news from our newsroom. He’ll also detail some of the features on our site including links to GlobalPost’s Chilean quake coverage and an interview about a new Pew Research Center study on the changing demands of news consumers.

We hope you’ll join us.