On the PBS NewsHour Tonight

Tonight on the program, a discussion on what is being done about safety standards and working conditions in Bangladesh. Also: how computer experts and common criminals stole $45 million from ATMs around the world, a preview of elections in Pakistan and political analysis from Mark Shields and Michael Gerson.

On the Friday May 10 PBS NewsHour:

A seamstress was pulled out alive in Bangladesh from the ruins of a garment factory that collapsed more than two weeks ago

Details on the $45 million dollar bank heist involving ATMs in 27 countries

The breakout of violence in Pakistan that has killed more than 100 people ahead of critical elections on Saturday

Analysis of the week's news from syndicated columnist Mark Shields and The Washington Post's Michael Gerson

The story of how one victim from the bombings at the Boston Marathon is healing from her injuries from the blast

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