On Tuesday’s NewsHour: START Treaty, Cuban Medicine, Census Results
START TREATY HEADS TOWARD RATIFICATION | President Obama has apparently secured more than enough Senate votes to ratify the U.S.-Russia START nuclear arms treaty. Naftali Ben David of The Wall Street Journal looks at the shift in momentum as key Republican senators lined up behind ratification.
EUROPE’S WINTER WALLOP | Carl Dinnen of Independent Television News has the latest on Europe’s travel troubles as some airports struggle to cope with unusually wintry weather.
CUBA’S EMPHASIS ON PREVENTIVE MEDICINE | Ray Suarez continues his series from Havana with a report on the Cuban health care system’s emphasis on preventive medicine.
THE POLITICAL IMPACT OF THE CENSUS | We look at the new Census numbers with Census Director Robert Groves and at the political fallout with David Chalian And Stuart Rothenberg.
FCC’S NET NEUTRALITY DECISION | Jeffrey Brown talks to Cecilia Kang of The Washington Post about the Federal Communications Commission’s new rules for Internet providers.
Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff anchor Tuesday’s NewsHour, plus Hari Sreenivasan will have the day’s other top headlines and a look at features on our website.
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