PBS NewsHour

Monday, April 11, 2011

04/11/2011 | 52m 50s

Tonight on the program, it was business as usual for the federal government Monday, no longer in danger of a shutdown. Washington's focus now shifts to bigger spending battles. Also, we get the latest from Japan a month after the devastating tsunami and examine the anger in Egypt over the slow pace of reforms. Finally, we get a report on "seismic schools" in California.

Aired: 04/11/11

Expired: 05/10/11

Rating: NR

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