On Monday’s NewsHour: East Coast Blizzard, Health Reform, Online Privacy
WINTER WEATHER WALLOPS EAST COAST | Many Americans trying to travel home after Christmas found themselves battling a blizzard along the eastern seaboard. Jeffrey Brown has an overview of the wild weather.
BADGER STATE HEALTH REFORM BATTLE | Betty Ann Bowser reports on challenges to the new federal health care reform law in one Midwestern state. Then NPR’s Julie Rovner talks to Margaret Warner about how health reform is faring across the nation.
RUSSIAN OIL TYCOON SENTENCED | Jeffrey Brown examines political dissent and the legal system in Russia after oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky was found guilty of embezzlement in a second trial. He is joined by Anna Vassilieva of the Monterey Institute of International Studies and Dimitri Simes of the Nixon Center for more on the case.
HOMEOWNERS AND ‘STRATEGIC DEFAULTING’ | Paul Solman begins a week of encore reports on the foreclosure crisis with a look at troubles in Florida, where buyers are snapping up distressed homes.
INTERNET PRIVACY RULES | Ray Suarez looks at proposed privacy rules for Internet providers, and what they mean for the rest of us online.
Jeffrey Brown and Margaret Warner anchor Monday’s NewsHour, plus Hari Sreenivasan has the day’s other headlines and a look at features on our website.
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