PBS NewsHour

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

05/10/2011 | 53m 20s

The flood tide on the Mississippi River reached its peak in Memphis but the woes have moved downstream. Also, President Obama makes a new pitch for immigration reform along the U.S.-Mexico border and we examine the ongoing debate over the nation's debt ceiling. Finally, China gets a warning from the U.S. on human rights and we report on the status of Ukraine's Orange Revolution eight years later.

Aired: 05/10/11

Expired: 06/10/11

Rating: NR

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