The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
- Manic Monday
The U.S. stock market continued to slide with its largest single-day loss.
- Profile: Jiang Zemin
The upcoming summit with China has focused attention on its president.
- Show of Strength
Now, it is the women's turn: The Million Woman March. African-American women gathered in Philadelphia to celebrate their unity and solidarity.
- Follow-up: Confronting History
The Argentine Ambassador talks about a nation coming to terms with its past.
- Secretary Albright
Secretary of State Albright previews the upcoming summit with China.
- A Global Economy
Exploring the causes and effects of Asia's fluctuating markets.
- A Wild Ride
The U.S. stock market rebounded in grand fashion with a 337 point gain, the largest single-day point increase in history
- Modern Art in China
Spencer Michels takes a look at modern China as seen in the works of some modern Chinese artists.
- Newsmaker: Alice Rivlin
The Federal Reserve's vice chair discusses the state of the stock market.
- Diplomatic Differences
Presidents Jiang and Clinton express opposing views on human rights.
- The White House Response
The White House's lawyers answered questions on the sudden appearance of the videotapes of President Clinton's fund-raisers and coffees.
- Locke Views
Phil Ponce talks with Governor Locke, (D) Washington, and his wife, Mona Lee Locke about his recent visit to China.
- President Jiang Zemin
The Chinese President discusses human rights and U.S.-China relations.
- View from the Hill
Four members of Congress react to Jiang Zemin's comments.
- Mr. Babbit in the Hot Seat
The Interior Sec. testifies in front of the Senate investigation commmittee.
- Changing Times
Tuesday marks election day around the country. Among other things, 11 mayors' jobs are on the line. One of them is in Minneapolis. Fred De Sam Lazaro of KTCA reports.
- Foreign Investment
China's growing economy has lured American investment.
- Political Wrap
Why did Sen. Thompson shut down his hearings into campaign financing?
- Senate Suspension
Senator Fred Thompson announced that his committee would suspend its investigation into campaign finance abuses.
- New Jersey Battleground
Betty Ann Bowser reports on the New Jersey governor's race between incumbent Republican Christie Todd Whitman and two strong competitors.
- Making It
Essayist Richard Rodriguez of the Pacific News Service has some thoughts about race and class.
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