On Tuesday’s NewsHour…
OBAMA SIGNS HEALTH CARE BILL | President Obama signed the health care reform bill into law today. Ray Suarez reports on the day of triumph for the Democrats. For a Republican perspective, Judy Woodruff speaks with Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona. For more on who will be affected by the health care bill, Ray Suarez speaks with Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of the journal Health Affairs and a NewsHour analyst.
GOOGLE-CHINA FEUD | Google has shut down its mainland Chinese-language portal in response to concerns over censorship. Gwen Ifill reports on the showdown between the Internet giant and China with the perspective of James Fallows, national correspondent for the Atlantic Magazine, he spent the last three years covering China and is working on a book about the country and its government; and Andrew Lih, a writer on technology and media who has taught at Hong Kong University.
CALIFORNIA’S SENATE RACE | Spencer Michels reports on the Republican primary battle for the U.S. Senate in California and the three Republicans who are running for the chance to take on Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer in the fall.
U.S. RELATIONS WITH ISRAEL | As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets privately with President Obama during his U.S. with an pro-Israel lobbying group, Jeffrey Brown reports on the rift between the U.S. and Israel over plans for settlements in East Jerusalem.
Tuesday’s anchors are Jim Lehrer and Gwen Ifill. Hari Sreenivasan will have the day’s other top news stories from our newsroom and a look at Web features, including more health care coverage from Politico’s Craig Gordon and a Q & A with congressional scholar Norm Ornstein. Plus, read Margaret Warner’s latest dispatch from Yemen.
We hope you join us.