On Monday’s NewsHour…


LANDMARK HEALTH BILL HEADS FOR PRESIDENT’S DESK | House Democrats have sent a historic health care overhaul bill to President Obama. NewsHour Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman reports. And then for more on how the legislation will impact Americans in the private insurance market, Jeffrey Brown talks to Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of the journal Health Affairs.

NEWSMAKER: DAVID AXELROD | Senior White House Advisor David Axelrod discusses the intricacies of Sunday’s health care reform vote with Judy, including the uphill climb to find votes in the House and what lies ahead.

BUSH, CLINTON VISIT HAITI | Former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton visited Haiti today in efforts to raise funds to help rebuild the shattered country. Gwen Ifill reports on their visit and speaks with Kathie Klarreich, a freelance journalist who has been covering the Haiti story for ABC News and The Christian Science Monitor.

AL-QAIDA’S STRENGTH IN YEMEN | In the first of a series of reports about Yemen airing all this week, Margaret Warner investigates why the country has emerged as a home base for al-Qaida.

THE POLITICS OF AN IMMIGRATION FIX | Ray Suarez looks at the politics behind immigration reform and the pressures on the president to make it happen. He is joined by Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum and Jan Ting, former assistant commissioner at the Immigration and Naturalization Services.

Judy Woodruff and Jeffrey Brown are Monday’s anchors. We hope you join us.