New Census figures reveal a growing U.S. population and changes to congressional districts around the country. Judy Woodruff discusses the new numbers' role in redistricting the electoral map with David Chalian and Stuart Rothenberg.
How much do Americans really know about religion? A new Pew survey has some surprising answers. Judy Woodruff has details.
The Census Bureau released a report showing that one in seven Americans lived in poverty last year, and more than 50 million are not insured. Ray Suarez discusses the record poverty numbers and the recession's effects on the poor with…
There were more developments on the Quran burning story Friday. Meanwhile in Afghanistan, thousands of protesters took to the streets against the possible Quran burning.
A deadly plane crash in Pakistan killed 152 passengers including two Americans. Kwame Holman has more on the disaster and questions that has been raised about the country's role in the Afghan war.
In other news Thursday, Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel of New York will face multiple ethics charges before a House ethics panel, stemming from financial, tax and real estate dealings.
Pope Benedict celebrated his fifth anniversary as head of the Catholic Church under continuing scrutiny over the Church's handling of sexual abuse allegations. Tom Bearden reports from Denver on the reaction of American Catholics to the scandals plaguing the Vatican.
Citing the lack of qualified domestic candidates, many U.S. technology companies are hiring foreign workers to stay competitive in a global marketplace. The NewsHour reports on the fight to allow more foreign workers into the United States.
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