Tonight on the program, the U.S. Senate inches closer to debating Democrats $848 billion health care reform bill, despite stiff GOP resistance. Also, President Obama wraps his four-nation Asian tour in South Korea and Defense Secretary Robert Gates says it is troubling that warning signs were ignored prior to the Fort Hood shooting. Finally, we hear the music of renowned pipa virtuoso Wu Man. watch
Tonight on the program, new signs of growth emerge in the economy despite mounting job losses. Also, two former secretaries of health preview the road ahead for health reform in the Senate, and terror charges are brought against eight young Somali-Americans. Finally, a look at how India has handled the global recession and the Great Depression is captured through the lens of Dorothea Lange. watch
Tonight on the program, President Obama faces new questions over sending more troops to Afghanistan as his top advisors go before congressional committees for the second day.
Also, a media merger of two giants happens as Comcast reaches an agreement with G.E. to purchase NBC Universal. Finally, we look at the planned overhaul of the school system in America. watch