On Wednesday’s NewsHour…

BY newsdesk  September 29, 2010 at 3:51 PM EST

CAMPAIGN EFFORTS IN FULL SWING | President Obama finished a three day, four state campaign tour to rev up Democratic supporters for the midterm elections. Jeffrey Brown takes a look at where younger voters stand in this election.

EUROPEAN TERROR PLOT EXPOSED | Ray Suarez and Siobhan Gorman of the Wall Street Journal give the latest on a suspected Mumbai-style terror plot in Europe.

CHINA’S RISING ECONOMIC, MILITARY STATUS| Over the weekend China flexed its economic and military power when Japan gave in to Chinese demands to release a trawler captain. Margaret Warner examines China’s growing assertiveness.

TAX CUTS CONVERSATION: ROBERT REICH | In the last of the series of conversations about tax cuts, Robert Reich who served as a Clinton administration secretary of labor weighs in on whether or not Bush-era tax cuts should be extended.

PAKISTAN RELIEF AID | Two months after floods left most of Pakistan submerged in water and millions displaced without food, the humanitarian aid is still slow. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from the northwest region of Pakistan.

Wednesday’s anchors are Jeffrey Brown and Judy Woodruff. Hari Sreenivasan will have the day’s other top news stories and a look at features on the Web. On the Politics page, David Chalian takes a closer look at the three-way senate scramble in Florida. Plus find a series of letters by Francis Crick, one of the scientist who uncovered the structure of DNA, have been published and we take a look at the findings on the Rundown.

We hope you’ll join us.