HEALTH CARE SUMMIT: We’ll begin the program tonight with full coverage of today’s White House health care summit, at which President Obama and his Republican opponents have been facing off over proposals to change the country’s health care system. Judy Woodruff has our report, which includes extended excerpts of the interaction between the President and GOP leaders. Then, Judy talks to Ceci Connolly, National Health Policy Correspondent for The Washington Post; and Karen Tumulty, National Political Correspondent for Time Magazine.
TOYOTA CULTURE: We’ll look at the cultural context for the very public apology by Toyota’s CEO over the company’s recalls. Jim Lehrer will talk with Ayako Doi, the founder and former editor of Japan Automotive Digest.
TURKEY PLOTS: The news in Turkey over the past several days has been dominated by the arrest of dozens of current and former senior army officers, who are accused of plotting the topple the country’s government in 2003. Margaret Warner reports the story in the aftermath of today’s meeting between Turkey’s political and military leadership.
GREEK DEBTS: The Greek debt crisis once again impacted Wall Street and Washington today. Jeffrey Brown will talk with Roben Farzhad, a senior writer for Bloomberg Business Week.
WEB-ONLY: Hari Sreenivasan gives a tour of new and related web features including: the opportunity to ask three policy experts your questions about where the reform effort goes next; Judy Woodruff interviews Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall about clean coal and environmental issues across the Canadian border; and on Art Beat, a narrated slide show of ‘Families Of Abraham,’ a photography exhibit at Duke University that captures families of different faiths in their daily lives.
Anchors tonight: Jim Lehrer and Judy Woodruff. We hope you’ll join us.