PBS NewsHour

Monday, May 9, 2011

05/09/2011 | 52m 51s

Tonight on the program, the historic flooding of the Mississippi River hits low-lying neighborhoods of Memphis. Also, we examine the tensions between the U.S. and Pakistan following the death of Osama bin Laden and we get a report on teacher layoffs in Hartford, Connecticut. Finally, we take a look the massive protests in Mexico that were sparked by a poet who lost his son to drug violence.

Aired: 05/09/11

Expired: 06/08/11

Rating: NR

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