Canada celebrated the close of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver with its most-prized victory: a gold medal in men's hockey, thanks to Sidney Crosby's overtime goal to defeat the U.S. Gwen Ifill speaks with Canadian journalist Ian Hanomansing about the…
Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is shining another kind of spotlight on Olympic Vancouver. Internet participants can help program 10 different 10,000-watt searchlights as part of the installation called "Vectorial Elevation."…
The director of the Central Intelligence Agency reported Thursday that seven CIA employees were killed in an attack on a U.S. military base in Afghanistan. Jeffrey Brown reports, and then Ray Suarez speaks with a Washington Post reporter who covers…
Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW-Chicago looks at the economic benefits and the environmental costs of oil production in Canada's Alberta province.
By PBS NewsHour
Ray Suarez and a NewsHour reporting team traveled to the Netherlands in September to explore the country's innovative universal health care system, which has gained attention as a potential model for U.S. health care reform.
Ahead of the G-20 summit, Paul Solman asks small business owners at a New York health and beauty show how the economy is faring in their home countries.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with novelist Margaret Atwood about her latest novel "The Year of the Flood" at her Toronto home.
As part of the NewsHour's series of conversations about health care reform, Betty Ann Bowser talks to Washington Post correspondent T.R. Reid, author of a new book about health care systems around the world and what the U.S. can learn…
From drug violence to H1N1 flu, President Obama, Mexican President Felipe Calderon, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tackled a long list of issues at a summit Monday.
President Barack Obama met with Mexico's President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Guadalajara Monday to discuss H1N1 flu prevention and efforts to combat a deadly cross-border drug trade.
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