PBS NewsHour is following the news of the day, from Chattanooga to Lebanon.
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Starting off a two-part look at plans to overhaul the nation's financial industries, Ray Suarez reports on the call for more regulation of payday lenders. These businesses have been criticized for preying on the poor by offering short-term, high-interest loans.
The health care reform legislation unveiled Wednesday night by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid would extend health insurance to 31 million more Americans at a cost of $848 billion.
Judy Woodruff speaks with members of Congress about their responses to President Obama's address.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Despite a bruising Republican primary and an onslaught of Democratic heavyweights campaigning for his opponent, former Chattanooga Mayor Bob Corker edged to victory Tuesday in the race for Tennessee Senate.
Analysts say the results of the close Tennessee Senate race depends on voter turnout, especially black and undecided suburban voters. A Tennessee editor discusses the issue of getting people to the polls.
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