• December 17, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    Diplomatic machinations at the Climate Summit are our lead tonight, then it’s on to health care, an interview with presidential adviser David Axelrod, “black carbon” in India, the recession’s toll on Arizona schools and the drug war in Mexico. CLIMATE … Continue reading

  • December 16, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    Coming up on the PBS NewsHour tonight: COPENHAGEN LATEST – Protests and paralysis dominated the day’s events at the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. The NewsHour’s Ray Suarez will have the latest from the Danish capital, including excerpts from an … Continue reading

  • December 15, 2009   BY Leah Clapman 

    There were major events in Washington, Illinois and Copenhagen today. Here’s the line-up for tonight’s program: HEALTH CARE TALKS – We’re leading with President Obama’s meeting with Senate Democrats to try to forge a compromise on a health care reform … Continue reading

  • December 14, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    Lots coming up on the PBS NewsHour tonight. THE PRESIDENT & THE BANKERS: We’ll lead the broadcast with coverage of President Obama’s White House meeting this morning with some of the nation’s leading bankers. Kwame Holman has our report, and … Continue reading

  • December 11, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    After another very busy day in the newsroom, here are details of what’s coming up on tonight’s edition of the PBS NewsHour: Financial Regulation: The U.S. House today approved the most sweeping overhaul of financial regulation since the Great Depression. … Continue reading

  • December 10, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    Coming up on the PBS NewsHour tonight: PEACE PRIZE: We’ll have full coverage of President Obama’s acceptance speech at the Nobel ceremony in Oslo, Norway today. We’ll follow that by a discussion about the speech, and some perspective on American … Continue reading

  • December 9, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    Here’s what’s planned for Wednesday night on the PBS NewsHour: Health Care: With the apparent demise of the public option in the Senate, Gwen Ifill anchors a discussion about where things stand. She’ll be talking with Amy Walter of “The … Continue reading

  • December 8, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    First, a note to thank all those of you who have taken the time to send us feedback on the new PBS NewsHour broadcast, and our new Web site. Your comments – the bouquets and the brickbats – are all … Continue reading

  • December 7, 2009   BY Simon Marks 

    It’s been a busy day in the PBS NewsHour’s Washington newsroom. As you may know, Monday night you’ll be able to watch our new broadcast debut, and we’re spending the afternoon crossing each “t” and dotting each “i” in a … Continue reading

  • December 4, 2009   BY Leah Clapman 

    Friday night means the analysis of Mark Shields and David Brooks, of course, but before we get to them on tonight’s NewsHour, we’ll have a newsmaker interview with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a lead story on the jobs … Continue reading

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