The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
- "Rough and Tumble"
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu struggles to keep his coalition together.
- Political Wrap
Our political pundits on the '97 elections and the fast track vote.
- Money Managers
Economics correspondent Paul Solman takes a look into a day in the life of a money manager.
- Money Talks
Kwame Holman takes a look at the congressional election in New York's 13th district and the money that helped finance it.
- Newsmaker: Amb. Butler
The chief UN arms inspector discusses Saddam Hussein's latest moves.
- Up Hill Battle
The fight to renew the President's authority to negotiate trade deals.
- Presidential Libraries
A look at the opening of the George Bush Library and Museum followed by a discussion with the historians.
- A Civil Rights Fight
The debate surrounding Asst. Attorney General nominee Bill Lann Lee.
- Peer Pressure
The political choices facing Palestinian Authority Chairman Arafat.
- Things That are Invisible
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt considers things that cannot be seen, yet are there.
- Testimony Begins
Was Terry Nichols a co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing?
- A Shot at Safety
Will Washington State's tough new initiative reduce gun-related deaths?
- Pathfinder Phone Home
Four months after it landed on Mars, NASA has lost contact with the Mars rover, perhaps for good.
- Digital Living?
David Gergen, editor at large of U.S. News & World Report, engages Esther Dyson. She’s president of Adventure Holdings, a company focusing on emerging information technology worldwide, especially in Russia and Eastern Europe. She’s also the author of Release 2.0: A Design for Living in the Digital Age.
- Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu
Israel's Prime Minister on the latest round of Mideast peace talks.
- On a Collision Course?
UN Ambassador Richardson discusses tensions between the U.S. and Iraq.
- Supreme Court Update
The Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to California's Proposition 209, the 1996 initiative which overturned affirmative action in the state.
- Newsmaker: Ross Perot
In a Newsmaker interview, Phil Ponce discusses the Reform Party with Ross Perot.
- Real Women?
Essayist Anne Taylor Fleming considers the reality of modern women.
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