On Monday’s NewsHour: Health Reform Challenge, Tax Cuts, Madoff Case

BY News Desk  December 13, 2010 at 4:50 PM EDT

HEALTH REFORM RULING | Betty Ann Bowser has the latest on a federal judge in Virginia ruling that a major provision of the health care reform law is unconstitutional, then Gwen Ifill speaks with Neera Tanden from the Center For American Progress and attorney David Rivkin about what’s next for the health reform law.

‘CYBERSPARRING’ | In the wake of Gawker Media being hacked, Jeffrey Brown speaks with the NewsHour’s Hari Sreenivasan, James Lewis of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Larry Clinton of the Internet Security Allianceabout the public’s increased exposure to cybersecurity risks.

MADOFF CASE | Diana Henriques of The New York Times walks us through the latest developments in the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme case.

TAX CUTS | Jeffrey Brown track Monday’s developments in the Senate as a plan to extend tax cuts heads toward a final vote.

‘NO LABELS’ IN POLITICS | Judy Woodruff explores how a new non-partisan grass-roots group called “No Labels” wants to shake up the two-party system. She speaks with two of the group’s founders: Mark McKinnon, a Republican strategist and former advisor to President George W. Bush, and Democratic consultant Kiki McLean, who served as senior adviser to Hillary Clinton in her 2008 presidential campaign.

Gwen Ifill and Jeffrey Brown are Monday’s anchors. Kwame Holman will have the day’s other top news stories and a preview of features on our website. We hope you’ll join us.