PBS NewsHour

Friday, June 3, 2011

06/03/2011 | 53m 34s

Tonight on the program, new U.S. job numbers shows a sharp slowdown in hiring and a small increase in the unemployment rate. Also, we get the latest on the uprisings in the Arab world as leaders across the region try to suppress revolts, and Paul Solman uses Sesame Street to explain financial literacy. Finally, the analysis of Shields and Brooks and an obituary to Dr. Jack Kevorkian.

Aired: 06/03/11

Expired: 07/03/11

Rating: NR

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