• January 1, 2010   BY Maureen Hoch 

    Here’s what’s coming up on Friday’s PBS NewsHour: PAKISTAN VIOLENCE | A suicide bomb blast ripped through a sporting event in northwest Pakistan Friday, killing at least 75 people. After a report on the attack, Ray Suarez talks to two … Continue reading

  • December 31, 2009   BY Simon Marks  

    AFGHAN ATTACK | The CIA announced today that seven of its employees were killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. Six others were injured. The dead included a mother of three who headed the targeted CIA post. Tonight, Jeffrey Brown … Continue reading

  • December 30, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    On the PBS NewsHour tonight, we’ll have continued coverage of the fallout from the attempted attack on a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day and much more. A “SYSTEMIC FAILURE” | The Dutch government provided new information today about the events … Continue reading

  • December 29, 2009   BY Dave Gustafson  

    On the PBS NewsHour this Tuesday: AIR SAFETY | Margaret Warner reports on President Obama’s latest criticism of security failures surrounding the Christmas Day airliner bombing attempt and the latest news on the suspect. SECURITY VS. PRIVACY | Gwen Ifill … Continue reading

  • December 28, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    On the PBS NewsHour this Monday: PLANE TERROR | We’ll have the latest news on the investigation into Friday’s attempt to blow up a Northwest Airlines jet as it flew into Detroit’s airport. President Barack Obama said today that he’s … Continue reading

  • December 25, 2009   BY Maureen Hoch 

    Here’s what’s coming up on the PBS NewsHour on this Christmas Day… HOLIDAY WRAP: Millions around the world celebrated the Christmas holiday even as blizzards disrupted travel in the central U.S. And amid the traditional festivities and religious observances, questions … Continue reading

  • December 24, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    HEALTH CARE: Full coverage of the dawn vote in the U.S. Senate on health care reform, and the negotiations that will now begin to harmonize the Senate and House versions of the legislation. Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser has the … Continue reading

  • December 22, 2009   BY Leah Clapman 

    On the day that President Obama met with community bankers, we examine the troubles facing small banks. Then, a look at the big money lobbying efforts aimed at health care reform, how Michelle Rhee tackled DC’s worst performing schools, the … Continue reading

  • December 21, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    Tonight’s program looks at changes in store for the American health care system, protests in Iran, school reform in Washington, D.C., and a behind-the-scenes look at the Copenhagen climate agreement. HEALTH CARE – With the stage now set for a … Continue reading

  • December 18, 2009   BY Leah Clapman 

    The agreement reached at the Copenhagen Climate Summit is our lead story tonight, followed by an interview with Barry Scheck of the “Innocence Project” about the release of a wrongly-convicted man after 35 years, a Paul Solman conversation about the … Continue reading