The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
- Corporate Changes
The changing role of the CEO in corporate America.
- ISTEA Brewing
The fight over reauthorizing the recently expired federal transportation law.
- North Korea Update
Margaret Warner talks with Congressman Tony Hall, (D) Ohio, about his recent visit to North Korea.
- Southeast Asian Economies
Phil Ponce talks with Michael Zielenziger of the San Jose Mercury News about the dynamics of Southeast Asian economies.
Wednesday, October 22, 1997
- Microsoft Rebuked
The Justice Dept. cracks down on the software giant's business practices.
- Newsmaker: Hun Sen
Despite criticism, Cambodia's leader says his government is a democracy.
- Algerian Violence
Saira Shah, of Independent Television News London, takes a look at the Algerian city of Rais and the wave of massacres that haunts the nation.
- Monument to Art
A new Guggenheim Museum and the man who designed it, Frank Gehry, talks with Elizabeth Farnsworth.
- One for the Road
Essayist Anne Taylor Fleming considers changes on the road.
- Heated Debate
Can the U.S. get back to 1990 levels of greenhouse gas emissions by 2012?
- Contested Contest
Bob Dornan's fight for California's 46th district continues.
- Newsmaker: Bill Archer
The Senate Finance Committee has been investigating the IRS which has sparked public interest, and some members of Congress are proposing solutions.
- Caught on Tape?
The Senate opened this week's hearings into Democratic campaign abuses by airing a series of taped fund-raisers released by the White House.
Friday, October 24, 1997
- Stock Shock
A 10 percent drop in the Hong Kong stock market makes investors uneasy.
- Bringing Up Baby
What is the best way to structure child care in the future?
- A Question of Ignorance?
The White House Communications Agency testified today that they had not realizied that recordings of coffees hosted at the White House should be turned over to investigators.
- Seeing Red
Hollywood faces its past of blacklisting alleged communists.
- Political Wrap
Shields & Gigot discuss the politics of the upcoming China Summit.
- Policy Views
The regional commentators talk about President Clinton's upcoming summit with the president of China.
- Big Trouble
Alan Brinkley discusses the book Big Trouble, by the late Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Correspondent J. Anthony Lukas.
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