PBS NewsHour

Friday, July 8, 2011

07/08/2011 | 54m 43s

Tonight on the program, we examine the grim June jobs numbers and what they mean for the economic recovery. Also, the last flight of the NASA space shuttle brings thousands of spectators to Cape Canaveral and we get a report on the oil spill cleanup efforts along the Yellowstone River. Finally, the latest fallout from the News of the World hacking scandal and the analysis of Brooks and Marcus.

Aired: 07/08/11

Expired: 08/07/11

Rating: NR

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