STATE BUDGET WOES | As new governors begin their terms, they face some expensive, old problems. Gwen Ifill discusses state budget woes with three public media reporters: John Myers, Sacramento bureau chief for KQED Public Radio; Karen Kasler, capitol bureau chief for Ohio Public Radio and Television; and Karen DeWitt, capitol bureau chief for New York State Public Radio.
BABY BOOMERS TURN 65 | As millions of baby boomers begin to turn 65, Judy Woodruff examines the major costs and consequences with Nicholas Eberstadt, an economist and demographer at the American Enterprise Institute and Ted Fishman, author of the book “Shock Of Gray,” which looks at the impact of the world’s aging population.
HEALTH CARE IN SOUTHERN SUDAN | Jeffrey Kaye reports on the dire health conditions facing Southern Sudan as it prepares for a vote on independence.
FACEBOOK RECEIVES BIG INVESTMENT | Ray Suarez gets the details of Goldman Sachs’ big investment in social networking giant Facebook from Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times.
JOB PROSPECTS FOR COLLEGE GRADS | Paul Solman looks at the job prospects for college graduates, some of whom have been out of school for several years and are still struggling to find employment.
Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff anchor Monday night’s program. Hari Sreenivasan will have the day’s other top headlines and a look at features on our website.
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