ON THE NEWSHOUR

  • October 19, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    VIOLENT PROTESTS DISRUPT FRANCE | At least 1 million people filled the streets across France again Tuesday to protest against an increase in the retirement age. ITN’s Jonathan Rugman reports from Paris, where some of the demonstrations took place, then … Continue reading

  • October 18, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    THE CAMPAIGN TO DRIVE VOTERS | With 15 days before the election, Democrats and Republicans are ramping up efforts to get voters to the polls. Gwen Ifill takes a look at each party’s strategy with Stuart Rothenberg, editor and publisher … Continue reading

  • October 15, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    FED’S NEW PLAN TO BOOST ECONOMY | Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Central Bank will likely take new steps to uplift the sluggish economy. Jeffrey Brown talks to economists Alan Blinder and John Taylor about the possible options … Continue reading

  • October 14, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    CHILEAN MINER RESCUE REACTION | ITN’s Jonathan Miller captures the euphoria in Chile and across the world after the last miner emerged from underground after being trapped for 69 days. NATIONWIDE FORECLOSURE INVESTIGATION | Some lenders have put a temporary … Continue reading

  • October 13, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    CHILEAN MINER RESCUE | So far the rescue operation of the Chilean miners have gone well as each miner continues to emerge from underground one by one. The crews are set to pull the last miner from the ground by … Continue reading

  • October 12, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    RESCUE EFFORTS FOR CHILEAN MINERS | Jonathan Franklin of the Washington Post reports on the rescue efforts to free the 33 trapped Chilean miners from the scene at the San Jose Mine. SUPREME COURT WATCH| Marcia Coyle of the National … Continue reading

  • October 11, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    FORECLOSURE FALLOUT | As the possibility of a nationwide moratorium on foreclosed home sales looms, the securities industry and Financial Markets Association has warned that such a moratorium would prove very harmful to the housing industry. Jeffrey Brown talks to … Continue reading

  • October 8, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    JOBS REPORT SHOWS GRIM NUMBERS | The last jobs report released by the Labor Department before midterm elections showed a loss of 95,000 jobs and an unchanged unemployment rate of 9.6 percent in September. Judy Woodruff reports, then Ray Suarez … Continue reading

  • October 7, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    NEGOTIATING THE AFGAN WAR | As the Afghan war enters its 10th year, NATO soldiers killed dozens of Afghan insurgents on Thursday. There have been reports that a new Afghan council is making efforts to negotiate with the Taliban over … Continue reading

  • October 6, 2010   BY newsdesk 

    MILITARY FUNERAL PROTESTS | The Supreme Court took up a First Amendment case involving the controversial Westboro Baptist Church group protesting at a U.S. Marine’s funeral. Jeffrey Brown talks to Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal describes the court … Continue reading